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Volume 283, 2019The 2nd Franco-Chinese Acoustic Conference (FCAC 2018)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||28 June 2019|
Volume oscillation and acoustical scattering of a gas bubble
College of Physics and Electronic Information Engineering, Engineering Research Center of Nanostructure and Functional Materials, Ning Xia Normal University, Gu Yuan, 756000, China
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The exact solution of a gas bubble’ volume was obtained based on volume oscillation of a gas bubble. The volume pulsation, acoustic impedance, scattering pressure of a gas bubble, acoustical power of scattering and acoustical scattering cross section of a single bubble are researched in a small amplitude acoustic field. The results show that a big bubble oscillates more violently than that of a small bubble in a weak acoustic field if the linear resonance does not happen. The occurrence of a linear resonance response of a single bubble leads to the volume oscillation and the scattering ability of a gas bubble become stronger. Additionally, the scattering cross section does not depend on the driving pressure. The amplitude of scattering pressure of a big bubble can reach the magnitude compared to the driving pressure when the resonance response occurs.
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