Bubbly flow velocity measurement in multiple scattering regime.

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Summary of "Bubbly flow velocity measurement in multiple scattering regime."

We propose a technique to measure the velocity of a bubble cloud based on the coda correlation. The method is founded on successive recordings of multiple scattered waves from a bubble cloud. Our model predicts the dependence between the correlation coefficient of these coda waves and the velocity of the bubble cloud under diffusion approximation. The Acoustic experiments are validated by simultaneous optical measurements in a water tank, with a good agreement between the acoustical and the optical methods (relative difference smaller than 7%). This technique can be transposed to any particle flow velocity problems involving multiple scattering effects in acoustics.


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Name: Ultrasonics
ISSN: 1874-9968
Pages: 63-69


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