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Alternative TitlePowder Technol.
Cao, Z. Y.; Liu, S. Q.; Li, Z. M.; Gong, M. G.; Ma, Y. L.; Wang, C. H.
Source PublicationPowder Technology
AbstractThe initial work of a research program for developing an acoustic levitation reactor is described, involving experimental studies on acoustic levitation of particles at ambient temperature. The principal design concept is presented in detail, leading to the construction of a prototype acoustic levitator with multiaxial positioning of the levitated particles. Under control of a resonance tracking system, the levitation chamber could be maintained automatically at resonance while the composition of the gas medium surrounding the particles changed. Test particles ranging from chalk to aluminium, with diameters from 2 to 5 mm and shapes from spheres to disks, were stably levitated for more than 2 h. Factors influencing levitation stability are discussed.
KeywordSphere Field
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WOS IDWOS:A1992HC37300004
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Cao, Z. Y.,Liu, S. Q.,Li, Z. M.,et al. DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACOUSTIC LEVITATION REACTOR[J]. Powder Technology,1992(2):125-131.
APA Cao, Z. Y.,Liu, S. Q.,Li, Z. M.,Gong, M. G.,Ma, Y. L.,&Wang, C. H..(1992).DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACOUSTIC LEVITATION REACTOR.Powder Technology(2),125-131.
MLA Cao, Z. Y.,et al."DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACOUSTIC LEVITATION REACTOR".Powder Technology .2(1992):125-131.
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