After the duodenoscope sterilization issues that plagued manufacturers and patients this year, the FDA is expanding its oversight on medical device disinfection. The regulatory body has ordered that the Pennsylvania-based device manufacturer, Custom Ultrasonics, issue a recall for all of the companys Automated Endoscope Reprocessors.. According to a report produced by the FDA, the endoscope washers have violated the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. A safety alert issued by the agency advised healthcare facilities "to use alternative methods to reprocess flexible endoscopes as soon as possible.". Insiders are saying this latest recall is not a standard voluntary recall; Custom Ultrasonics were given seven days from the date of issue - November 13 - to draft and submit a written recall to the FDA. According to the notice issued by the FDA, the most recent FDA inspection of the Custom Ultrasonics facility earlier this year noted continued violations originally identified by the agency in ...
A continuous flow sonochemical reactor was developed capable of producing metastable cadmium sulfide (CdS) nanoplatelets with thicknesses at or below 10 nm. The continuous flow sonochemical reactor included the passive in-line micromixing of reagents prior to sonochemical reaction. Synthesis results were compared with those from reactors involving batch conventional heating and batch ultrasound-induced heating. The continuous sonochemical synthesis was found to result in high aspect ratio hexagonal platelets of CdS possessing cubic crystal structures with thicknesses well below 10 nm. The unique shape and crystal structure of the nanoplatelets are suggestive of high localized temperatures within the sonochemical process. As a result, the particle size uniformity and product throughput are much higher for the continuous sonochemical process in comparison to the batch sonochemical process and conventional synthesis processes. ...
Application of ultrasonic waves is one of the novel techniques for the improvement of water treatment process. In this study, ultrasonic waves were irradiated to drinking water for water softening process and other contaminants removal. The experimental results showed that this technique improved the water treatment process efficiently. The study also revealed that the various parameters such as amplitude, frequency and irradiation time could affect the efficiency of ultrasound techniques for the improvement of water quality.
Ultrasound standing wave fields are generated in a tissue-culture plate containing endothelial cells embedded in collagen. Endothelial cells form the insides of blood vessels. Pressure from ultrasound standing wave fields nudges the cells into predetermined positions. The frequency and intensity of the waves organize the cells and control the density and spacing of cell bands. Samples are then polymerized in an incubator and locked into place. Their close positioning encourages cells to signal to each other and sprout three-dimensional blood vessels.. Tissue constructs are visualized with multiphoton microscopy, a technique that captures specimens in three-dimensional sections.. "Distinct and interesting formations can be seen depending on the frequency and intensity of the ultrasound stationary wave fields," Helguera said. "We decided to quantitatively analyze these three-dimensional data sets to extract parameters characteristic of each exposure regime.". Imaging science Ph.D. student Mohammed ...
Polymerization of methyl methacrylate with Grignard reagents and benzoyl peroxide under ultrasonic irradiation was carried out and the effect of the ultrasonic irradiation on the stereoregularity and the properties of the polymers obtained was studied. No effect of ultrasonic irradiation on the stereoregularity of the polymers was observed, but the yield and the intrinsic viscosity of the polymers were lower than those of polymers produced without ultrasonic irradiation. It is, therefore, assumed that the bonds at a propagating site between an active polymer end and a counterion are fairly strong and are not broken by the externally applied energy corresponding to an ultrasonic wave of 500 keycles/sec., even though carbon-carbon covalent bonds in the main chain are broken. ...
The present invention is an apparatus and method for ultrasonically treating a liquid to generate a product. The apparatus is capable of treating a continuously-flowing, or intermittently-flowing, liquid along a line segment coincident with the flow path of the liquid. The apparatus has one or more ultrasonic transducers positioned asymmetrically about the line segment. The ultrasonic field encompasses the line segment and the ultrasonic energy may be concentrated along the line segment. Lysing treatments have been successfully achieved with efficiencies of greater than 99% using ultrasound at MHz frequencies without erosion or heating problems and without the need for chemical or mechanical pretreatment, or contrast agents. The present invention overcomes drawbacks of current ultrasonic treatments beyond lysing and opens up new sonochemical and sonophysical processing opportunities.
The IRE Professional Group on Ultrasonic Engineering was formed in 1953. After the IREs merge with AIEE in 1963, the group changed its name to the Professional Group on Sonics and Ultrasonics. In 1984 the group again changed its name to the IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control Society.[2] ...
Rinco Ultrasonics Switzerland is represented in Australia by Techspan Australia Pty Limited. Techspan supply high technology industrial plant and machinery to the manufacturing and service industries. Techspan have been involved with ultrasonics since 1979, building a wealth of knowledge in plastic joining technologies.. Techspan operate central distribution warehousing facilities in Sydney and Brisbane. Our office is located in Brisbane QLD. Techspan Australia is part of the Techspan Group.. ...
The invention is the use of a chelating agent with an ultrasonic device for the treatment of hair and other fibers. The treatment device includes an ultrasound generator, a comb device responsive to the generated ultrasonic waves, a reflector for reflecting the incident ultrasonic waves disposed on the distal end of the comb device, and a chelating agent preferably disposed within the treatment device. The treatment device efficaciously dispenses the chelating agent and ultrasonically treats the fiber.
Stolyar, S. V. Ion reduction in iron oxide and oxyhydroxide nanoparticles during ultrasonic treatment [Текст] / S. V. Stolyar, O. A. Bayukov, R. N. Yaroslavtsev, Yu. V. Knyazev, V. P. Ladygina, Yu. V. Gerasimova, R. S. Iskhakov // Advanced Powder Technology. - 2019. ...
In situ compatibilization of immiscible blends of PEN and thermotropic LCP was achieved by the ultrasonically-aided extrusion process. Ultrasonically-treated PEN underwent degradation, leading to a decrease of its viscosity. Viscosity of LCP was unaffected by ultrasonic treatment. Because of reduced viscosity ratio of PEN to LCP at high amplitude of ultrasonic treatment, larger LCP domains were observed in molding of the blends. LCP acted as a nucleating agent, promoting higher crystallinity in PEN/LCP blends. Ultrasonically-induced copolymer formation was detected by MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry in the blends. Ultrasonic treatment of 90/10 PEN/LCP blends improved interfacial adhesion in fibers spun at intermediate draw down ratios (DDR), improving their ductility. The lack of improvement in the mechanical properties of fibers spun at high DDR after ultrasonic treatment was attributed to the disturbance of interfacial copolymer by high elongation stresses. © 2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. J Appl ...
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The fact that the testing progressed from cleaning in controlled environments to utilization of the Morantz Ultrasonics equipment in two different hospitals in England verified that the results represent a real-world application rather than just theoretical data. It should also be noted that the field testing in the hospitals was sponsored by the National Health Service in the United Kingdom as a demonstration project that was part of the Technology Innovation Program, which focuses specifically on reducing health care facility acquired infections.. A History of Effective Cleaning. Ultrasonic cleaners use sound waves produced at frequencies higher than our ears can perceive. The process involves the use of a generator, called a transducer, in a water tank, which creates high-frequency sound waves. As the sound waves move through the liquid they create compression waves that "tear" the liquid apart, leaving behind many millions of microscopic voids or partial vacuum bubbles. (The technical name ...
The Journal of Medical Ultrasonics provides a forum for the publication of papers documenting recent advances and new developments across the field of ultrasound in medicine and biology, encompassing both the medical and the ...
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NiFe films were pulse electrodeposited on conductive copper substrates under galvanostatic mode with and without the presence of an ultrasonic field at different pulse current magnitudes and duty cycles. The optimum deposition condition was found to be at a current magnitude of 40 mA and a duty cycle of 50.00% under ultrasonic treatment. This deposition condition has significantly reduced the surface roughness from 39.01 ±1.1 nm to 6.96 ±1.1 nm and the spherical grain size in the range from 579.40 nm - 623.30 nm to 29.00 nm - 46.90 nm. On the other hand, the resistivity was reduced to 19.86 µωcm from 54.00 µωcm as the Ni content increased from 76.08% to 80.12 % for achieving good stoichiometry for NiFe thin films. Through the optimization study, the deposition current is observed to be the dominant factor in determining the single phase deposition of NiFe film whereas ultrasonic field and duty cycle significantly reduces the surface roughness and the spherical grain size, all of which ...
NOTE: Text or symbols not renderable in plain ASCII are indicated by [...]. Abstract is included in .pdf document. The ultrasonic irradiation of para-nitrophenol, S(-II), and parathion is studied in aqueous solutions at 20 kHz and [...] 75 [...]. Para-nitrophenol was degraded primarily by denitration and secondarily by [...] radical attack to yield [...], [...], benzoquinone, hydroquinone, 4-nitrocatechol, formate and oxalate. These reaction products and the kinetic observations are consistent with a model involving high-temperature reactions of p-nitrophenol in the interfacial region of cavitation bubbles. The average effective temperature of the interfacial region surrounding the cavitation bubbles was estimated to be T [...] 800 K. Ultrasonic irradiation of S(-II) is studied in aqueous solutions over the pH range 7 - 12. The reaction of HS- with [...] is the principal pathway for the oxidation of S(-II) at pH [...] 10; the oxidation products are [...], [...], and [...]. Upon prolonged ...
A catheter apparatus for obtaining an image of internal surface characteristics of a vascular vessel is provided. The catheter apparatus comprises an tubular element adapted for insertion into the vascular vessel, a non-rotating acoustic waveguide disposed within the tubular element and coupled to a source of an ultrasonic signal located external to the vascular vessel, and an acoustically driven turbine. The turbine is responsive to the ultrasonic signal for directing the ultrasonic signal in a rotating pattern from a distal end of the acoustic waveguide through the tubular element at an angle relative to an axis of the vascular vessel. The ultrasonic signal includes a low frequency ultrasonic signal and a high frequency ultrasonic signal. The low frequency ultrasonic signal drives the acoustically driven turbine to direct the high frequency ultrasonic signal in the rotating pattern. The acoustically driven turbine comprises a plurality of turbine blades, and either an acoustic reflecting surface or an
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A damping device for a fluid flow meter is provided. The fluid flow meter is mountable on the exterior of a pipe to meter fluid flow traveling within the pipe. The flow meter has at least one ultrasonic sensor operable to transmit ultrasonic signals through a wall in a direction substantially normal to the pipe wall and into a fluid flow disposed within the pipe. The transmitted signals create secondary ultrasonic signals circumferentially traveling within the pipe wall at one or more frequencies. The damping device includes a tuned body attachable to the pipe wall at one or more contact points. The body has one or more resonant structural modes, each with a natural frequency, which natural frequencies are closely matched to the one or more frequencies of the secondary signals. The body is operable to dissipate energy upon excitation by the secondary signals.
A method of increasing the dissolution rate of titanium or titanium alloys in molten aluminum is disclosed that comprises placing a titanium rod into molten aluminum and applying ultrasonic energy to the rod. The ultrasonic energy enhances the dissolution of the titanium in the aluminum, homogenizes the molten alloy, and breaks up particles such as tial3 that form into a layer at the surface of t
It has been shown that nonlinear ultrasonics can be more sensitive to local incipient defects, such as a fatigue crack, than conventional linear ultrasonics. Therefore, there is an increasing interest in utilizing nonlinear ultrasonics for structural health monitoring and nondestructive testing applications. While the conditions, which are the necessary conditions that should be satisfied for the generation of nonlinear harmonic components, are extensively studied for distributed material nonlinearity, little work has been done to understand the necessary conditions at the presence of a localized nonlinear source such as a fatigue crack. In this paper, the necessary conditions of nonlinear ultrasonic modulation generation in a plate-like structure are formulated specifically for a localized nonlinear source. Then, the correctness of the formulated necessary conditions is experimentally verified using ultrasounds obtained from aluminum plates.
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The absorption spectrum of high-frequency sound (frequency f much larger than 1 MHz) in gases has traditionally been very difficult to measure because of the lack of a controllable high-frequency source with good acoustic coupling to the gas and of a sensitive detection method with fast response. Thus classical methods1 using ultrasonic transducers are usually limited to frequencies of , 1 MHz. The propagation of high-frequency waves (e.g., with f approaching a molecular relaxation frequency or wavelength approaching a collisional mean free path) remains an open question for many gases. The present experiment is a first attempt to measure ultrasonic absorption spectra of gases and mixtures near normal temperature and pressure conditions at frequencies up to tens of megahertz. Our technique is new in two respects: (1) it is all optical and hence is noncontact and applicable for corrosive or inaccessible samples. (2) It is a frequency-multiplexed technique relying on pulse-broadening measurement ...
In this paper, a full-field ultrasonic guided wave method is proposed to inspect a composite sandwich specimen made for an aircraft engine nacelle. The back skin/core interface of the specimen is built with two fabricated disbond defects (diameters of 12.7 mm and 25.4 mm) by removing areas of the adhesive used to bond the back skin to the core. A laser ultrasonic interrogation system (LUIS) incorporated with a disbond detection algorithm is developed. The system consists of a 1-kHz laser ultrasonic scanning system and a single fixed ultrasonic sensor to interrogate ultrasonic guided waves in the sandwich specimen. The interest area of 400 mm × 400 mm is scanned at a 0.5 mm scan interval. The corresponding full-field ultrasonic data is obtained and generated in the three-dimensional (3-D) space-time domain. Then, the 3-D full-field ultrasonic data is Fourier transformed and the ultrasonic frequency spectra are analyzed to determine the dominant frequency that is sensitive to the disbond defects. ...
Strain is created between scraper and file teeth by opposing muscle-generated shear forces (Josephson, 1985). During wing closure the scraper should move at velocities comparable to those of the wing, experiencing minor deceleration and acceleration each time a tooth is contacted and/or the scraper released. This condition is common in species with relatively short scrapers, which permit the teeth to be contacted in sequence (Montealegre-Z, 2005). However, in species where the scrapers width (see Results) and flexibility is greater, it may move at velocities higher or lower than that of the wing. We therefore distinguish scraper velocity (SV) from CWV, and argue below that for katydid species producing pure tones and extreme ultrasonic frequencies, a modified form of stridulation occurs in which scraper and wing velocities are intermittently uncoupled (in contrast to the escapement model). Our hypothesis predicts that SV should be higher than CWV during sound production in species using extreme ...
Title:Lemon Juice Mediated Reaction under Ultrasound Irradiation: Synthesis of Indolofuroquinoxalines as Potential Anticancer Agents. VOLUME: 19 ISSUE: 8. Author(s):Gutta Lakshmi Prasanna, Bodapati Veera Durga Rao, Alugubelli Gopi Reddy, Mandava V. Basaveswara Rao* and Manojit Pal*. Affiliation:Department of Chemistry, Krishna University, Machilipatnam-521001, Andhra Pradesh, Department of Chemistry, Krishna University, Machilipatnam-521001, Andhra Pradesh, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Sana College of Pharmacy, Kodad - 508206, Department of Chemistry, Krishna University, Machilipatnam-521001, Andhra Pradesh, Dr. Reddys Institute of Life Sciences, University of Hyderabad Campus, Hyderabad 500046. Keywords:Lemon juice, ultrasound, indolofuroquinoxaline, anticancer, MCF7, antitumor.. Abstract:. Background: A non-hazardous synthetic methodology has been developed for the preparation of compounds based on indolofuroquinoxaline framework. Lemon juice that is known to play the role of a ...
Ag-TiO2, Cu-TiO2 and Ni-TiO2 were prepared by sonication. The interactions of Ti-gel with silver, copper and nickel ions under ultrasound irradiation are very different, although these ions can be dispersed very well in titania. The results of EDXA and XRD analysis indicate that Ti-gel does not react with AgCl and crystallizes unaffectedly to form rutile. M(OH)2 (M = Cu and Ni), on the other hand, favors polycondensation with Ti-gel and affects the crystallization of Ti-gel. CuO favors stabilization of the anatase phase. Ni2+ ions tend to incorporate more easily into titania than Cu2+ ions do when the samples are calcined. TEM, and BET were also used to characterize the samples.
A method for determining, through an interposing medium, the mechanical properties of a solid having a surface, including transmitting a first ultrasonic wave along a transmission path from a first location through the interposing medium, along the surface and from the surface through the interposing medium to a second location; measuring the travel time of the first wave along the transmission path; measuring the thickness of the interposing medium; measuring the acoustic velocity of the interposing medium; and calculating the acoustic velocity in the solid based on the distance between the locations, the thickness of the interposing medium and the acoustic velocity in the interposing medium.
The level of bacterial colonization of the operative wounds in performance of the reconstructive operations on the vessels equal to 10(3) bacteria in 1 g of tissue is critical for the development of suppuration. The use for treating the wounds of the low-frequency ultrasound and gentamycin solution in 17 patients permitted to reduce the critical level of bacterial wound colonization, and due to this, to decrease the incidence of the purulent-septic complications from 35.7 to 5.9%. In 14 patients after the operations for late reocclusion performed in presence of cicatrices of the tissues, there was no wound suppuration.
1 ] Ultrasound has been used to adhere, or coagulate, solid or liquid atoms that are present in dust, mist, or smoke into larger bunchs. The technique is used in a procedure called supersonic scouring, by which particulate affair is coagulated in smokestacks before it pollutes the ambiance. Curdling has besides been used at airdromes to scatter fog and mist.. [ 2 ] In supersonic humidification, H2O is reduced to a all right spray by agencies of supersonic quivers. The H2O droplets are propelled into a chamber where they are assorted with air, and a mist of air and H2O leaves the humidifier and enters the room to be humidified.. [ 3 ] Ultrasonic moving ridges can be used to interrupt up fat globules in milk, so that the fat mixes with the milk ( homogenisation ) . In add-on, pasteurisation, the remotion of harmful bacteriums and micro-organisms, is sometimes done ultrasonically.. [ 4 ] By attaching an supersonic impact bomber to a magnetostrictive transducer and utilizing an scratchy liquid, ...
In the present work, we investigated the effect of employing ultrasonic waves during pulse electrochemical deposition on surface topography, chemical composition and biocompatibility of calcium phosphate (Ca-P) coatings. The SEM and 3D AFM images showed that the anodized titanium surface was covered with the uniform and refined size of plate-like Ca-P crystals, when the ultrasonic treatment of the electrolyte with power of 60 W was carried out during deposition. In contrast, for the Ca-P; 0 W coating applied under only the magnetic stirring of the electrolyte, the microstructure was non-uniform and some Ca-P crystals with the larger size were randomly observed in different regions, causing a rougher surface ...
An ultrasonic cleaning device comprises an ultrasonic pump having a hollow cover forming a spouting port in a narrow portion thereof, an ultrasonic vibrator in a wide portion thereof and a liquid supply port in a side portion thereof. An oscillator is connected to the ultrasonic vibrator. One part of the ultrasonic wave from the vibrator is passed through the spouting portion straight and the other part of the ultrasonic wave is reflected on the inside of the cover and is passed through the spouting port. An object or objects are opposed to the spouting port of the cover.
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Cool new(er) technology might speed the time it takes to perform catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation: the high frequency ultrasound balloon. It has a fluid-filled inner chamber and an outer carbon dioxide-filled balloon that helps focus the ultrasound in a ring-like pattern in an attempt to ablate (or burn) around the pulmonary veins in the left atrium (the site where its thought the atrial fibrillation comes from). Average lesion time takes 40-90 seconds and it covers LOTS of territory in the left atrium. Its just starting clinical trials.... Seems promising. Well see ...
Nondestructive testing of solid material using ultrasonic waves, for defects such as cavities, nonbonding, and strength variations, is treated in this book from the physical fundamentals of ultrasonics and materials up to the most sophisticated methods. The book is written at a level which should
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1. An ultrasonic delay line comprising a solid body having a plurality of energy reflecting edge walls and composed of ultrasonic wave energy transmitting material, said edge walls being arranged to provide a first point for introducing ultrasonic energy and a second point for extracting said energy from the body and further providing a plurality of multiply reflected internal transmission paths for delaying said ultrasonic energy, and an energy reflecting surface positioned in the desired energy transmission path and formed by a wall slit arranged to block the passage therethrough of impinging ultrasonic energy and extending inwards from an outer edge wall of the solid body and positioned so as to provide substantially complete reflection of the desired energy from opposite faces thereof to the edge walls thereby to redirect said energy through 2. A delay line as claimed in claim 1 wherein the wall slit is arranged relative to one or more reflecting edge walls of the body so as to produce an ...
The non-thermal mechanisms by which ultrasound may act on tissue have been outlined in Chapter 12. As far as consideration of physiological effects is
This study describes the use of ultrasonic-assisted end milling to improve the quality of the machined surface of hard Stavax (modified AISI 420) mold steel and to reduce the amount of work involved in the final polishing process. The effects of input voltage, the stretch length and cutter holding force on the amplitude of the ultrasonic vibration used were measured. The effect of ultrasonic frequency (25 and 50 kHz) and amplitude (0, 2.20 and 3.68 μm) as well as the effect of the rake angle (6° and −6°) and the cutter helix angle (25°, 35° and 45°) on tool wear and quality of the workpiece surface finish were also investigated. It was found that the ultrasonic amplitude increased with cutter stretch length and input voltage, as expected. The amplitude remained constant when the cutter holding force exceeded 15 N. The experimental results showed that the ultrasonic amplitude had an optimum value with respect to surface finish. However, large amplitude ultrasonics did not necessarily improve
The preparation of solutions is an important step for lab samples as well as for industrial production. In general, lab samples must be liquified before analysis. Ultrasonic homogenization and dissolving is a quick and reliable means to prepare samples of all sizes. In industrial production, the preparation of homogeneous and well-dissolved solutions is often a crucial factor to garantee steady product characteristics and a consistent quality. Ultrasonic dissolvers are available as compact lab devices and as full-commercial industrial dissolvers ...
To effectively manage mechanical integrity, organizations need reliable methods of identifying the current states of corrosion occurring within their assets.
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