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V. N. Khmelev, S. S. Khmelev, R. V. Barsukov, R. N. Golykh, K. A. Karzakova

Improvement of resonant concentrating element with extended radiation surface

language: Russian

received 19.11.2012, published 07.12.2012

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ABSTRACT

The article presents results of investigation of specialized concentrating ultrasonic element (working instrument) with extended radiation surface. The theoretical model for its oscillation amplitudes distribution calculation was developed. This model can be used for calculation of concentrating element geometrical sizes that provide required its technical characteristics (gain and resonant frequency). For inspection of developed model, concentrating element geometrical sizes were calculated by FEM. It was found that discrepancy with the developed model is less than about 10%. Developed model applicability was confirmed by experimental studies. Theoretical and experimental studies have allowed made geometrical sizes optimization of the concentrating element. This concentrating element has 6-times extended radiation surface and provides the same radiation intensity.

Key words: ultrasonic, ultrasonic device, ultrasonic oscillatory system, concentrating element, gain factor

12 pages, 9 figures

Сitation: V. N. Khmelev, S. S. Khmelev, R. V. Barsukov, R. N. Golykh, K. A. Karzakova. Improvement of resonant concentrating element with extended radiation surface. Electronic Journal “Technical Acoustics”, http://www.ejta.org, 2012, 7.

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Vladimir Khmelev was born in 1957, Professor, Deputy Director for Science BTI. Honored Inventor of the Russian Federation, Senior Member IEEE. Laureate of the Russian Federation Government and the Altai region in science and technology. In 1992 he defended his thesis on ultrasonic testing. In 2007 he has defended his doctoral dissertation in the field of "Information measuring and control systems" and "Processes and Apparatuses of Chemical Technology." Area of research interests is the application of ultrasonic vibrations to the intensification of technological processes.

e-mail: vnh(at)bti.secna.ru

 
 

Sergey Khmelev was born in 1985, he is docent at department of automation and measuring methods and means of ASTU, Ph. D. (Machinery). He is laureate of Altai region premium for achievements in science and engineering. Area of research interests is development and modeling of ultrasonic vibratory systems and influence by ultrasonic vibrations on high viscous liquids.

 
 

Roman Barsukov was born in 1975, he is docent at department of automation and measuring methods and means of ASTU, Ph. D. (Machinery), leading engineer at “Acoustic Processes & Devices lab”, Biysk technological institute. He is laureate of Russian Government premium for achievements in science and engineering. Area of scientific interests is development of high-power electronic generators for ultrasonic technological devices.

 
 

Roman Golykh was born in 1990, he is postgraduate student of speciality "Processes and devices of chemical technologies" of Biysk Technological Institute (branch) Altai State Technical University named after I.I. Polzunov, Student Member IEEE. Area of research interests is mathematical modeling of technological processes under the influence of ultrasonic oscillations in various mediums. Scientific results of Golykh R.N. was awarded by the Diplomas of all-russian competitions of research in the physical sciences, industry conferences diplomas.

 
 

Ksenija Karzakova was born in 1992, she is student of Information Systems Engineerig specialty of Biysk Technological Institute (branch) Altai State Technical University named after I.I. Polzunov. Area of research interests is development and modeling of extended surface ultrasonic radiators for liquids treatment.