Image data analysed in "Generation of high-intensity ultrasound through shock propagation in liquid jets"
- This data set contains optical images of liquid water microjets before and after being hit by X-ray pulses from a X-ray free-electron laser. The data was recorded during an experiment performed in May 2015 at the Linac Coherent Light Source at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. Each image is a snapshot of a single water jet, taken before or after the arrival of a single X-ray pulse. The data contains eight subsets, with the first four subsets showing the dynamics of shock waves launched along the jet up to 37 ns after the interaction of the X-ray pulse, and the last four subsets showing images of undisturbed jets before the arrival of the X-ray pulse. The first four subsets contain all images used in the related publication to determine the properties of the shock waves; the last four subsets demonstrate that cavitation does not occur in undisturbed jets. The shock propagation generates an ultrasonic wave with multiple pressure cycles and remarkable properties, such as a very high initial sound intensity, sufficient to damage the liquid through cavitation.
|Type of resource
|Aquila, Andrew L.
|Willmott, Philip R.
|Koglin, Jason E.
|Sierra, Raymond G.
|Robinson, Joseph S.
|Stan, Claudiu A.
|SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
|Gabriel Blaj, Mengning Liang, Andrew L. Aquila, Philip R. Willmott, Jason E. Koglin, Raymond G. Sierra, Joseph S. Robinson, Sébastien Boutet and Claudiu A. Stan. 2019. Generation of high-intensity ultrasound through shock propagation in liquid jets. Phys. Rev. Fluids 4, 043401. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevFluids.4.043401
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- Gabriel Blaj, Mengning Liang, Andrew L. Aquila, Philip R. Willmott, Jason E. Koglin, Raymond G. Sierra, Joseph S. Robinson, Sébastien Boutet and Claudiu A. Stan. 2019. Image data analysed in "Generation of high-intensity ultrasound through shock propagation in liquid jets". Stanford Digital Repository. Available at https://purl.stanford.edu/cg924ym7624
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