Ultrasonic "stirring" of fluid (external transducers)
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Asked by: k2d-ga
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06 Jun 2006 14:35 PDT
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Question ID: 735873
Is it posasible to use transducers outside of a vessel (i.e. coffee cup)containing fluid and cause sufficient mixing/stirring/cavitation to create a vortex that would mix coffee, milk and sugar? How might this be achieved?
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Re: Ultrasonic "stirring" of fluid (external transducers)
From: redfoxjumps-ga on 08 Jun 2006 02:42 PDT
Most drafting rooms have/had ultrasonic cleaners for ink pens. Labs have them too. Some are quite large quart or gallon and some have a removable stainless steel bucket or beaker. You can see standing waves in some of them when the operate. baffles might cause a stirring action.
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