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Effect of temperature on rectified diffusion during ultrasound-induced heating
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10.1121/1.3626153
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FIG. 1.

Inertial cavitation activity, quantified by the standard deviation of the signal received by a 15 MHz passive cavitation detection transducer confocally aligned with the ultrasound source, for a 2 s 0.5 MHz continuous-wave HIFU exposure in degassed liver, starting at t = 2 s and ending at t = 4 s. At low peak rarefactional pressures, there is little cavitation activity; however, at an acoustic pressure of 2.14 MPa, cavitation activity to rapidly increase approximately 0.5 s into the exposure period (Ref. 3).

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The effect of transients of the Keller-Miksis equation on the rectified diffusion process for a 2 μm bubble: (a) Radius-time profile; the square marks the “zero point” of steady state oscillation. (b) Bubble growth rate with and without Keller–Miksis transients.

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FIG. 3.

The effect of initial concentration profile on the rectified diffusion process for a 2 μm bubble: (a) Changes in the nondimensional mass increase and (b) changes in the nondimensional concentration profile after 100 μs of insonation.

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FIG. 4.

Variation in radius-time profiles at 1 MHz for equilibrium bubble sizes of (a) μm, driven at 500 kPa, and (b) μm, driven at 1 MPa.

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FIG. 5.

The effect of the individual temperature dependences on growth rates for a 2 μm bubble. Traces at 20 and 60 °C are provided for comparison.

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FIG. 6.

(a) Variation in the rectified diffusion threshold at elevated temperatures. (b) Variation relative to the threshold at 20 °C.

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FIG. 7.

Comparison of rectified diffusion and inertial cavitation thresholds at (a) 20 °C and (b) 60 °C.

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TABLE I.

Effect of temperature dependences on parameter values.

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Scitation: Effect of temperature on rectified diffusion during ultrasound-induced heating
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