The results of an experimental investigation of the motion of air in capillary tubes under the action of ultrasound are presented. A qualitative description of the mechanism responsible for the phenomenon is proposed.
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Migun, N.P., Prokhorenko, P.P. Flow of air through a capillary under the action of ultrasound. Journal of Engineering Physics 34, 576–580 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00860852
- Statistical Physic
- Experimental Investigation
- Capillary Tube
- Qualitative Description