The acoustic tone burst attenuation technique for measuring
the gas bubble size distribution in water was critically reviewed.
The findings reveal that the usefulness of the technique is
limited to the bubble volume concentration range between 0.03
and 1.0 parts per million. Furthermore, resolution between size
ranges is probably not possible with sufficient accuracy for
Schiebe, Frank R.; Killen, John.
An Evaluation of Acoustic Techniques for Measuring Gas Bubble Size Distributions in Cavitation Research.
St. Anthony Falls Laboratory.
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