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#### Mathematical Model of Multibubble Cavitation into Sonochemical Reactor

*American Journal of Modeling and Optimization*.

**2014**, 2(2), 60-68 doi:10.12691/ajmo-2-2-3

**Figure****1****.**(*a, b, c*) The graphs of pulsation of a single bubble with initial diameter of in water at amplitudes of sound pressure: ••• – 1,25*bar*; ••• – 2,5*bar*; ••• – 5*bar*; ••• – 10*bar*with frequency 20*KHz*of chemically pure water with atmospheric pressure*P*_{h}

**Figure****2****.**(*a, b, c*) The***m*; ••• – 10***m*; ••• – 100***m*with the amplitude of sound pressures in water of 5*bar*

**Figure****3.**Graphs changes in time of: ••• – the cavitation bubble radius*R*; ••• – the pressure at him surface*P*; ••• – the speed in water on walls of babble*C +*in the elastic wave with amplitude of the sound pressure of 5*bar*and a frequency of 20*KHz*

**Figure****4****.**Two-dimensional distribution VDPCE in the water in diametrical section of the reactor with top-mounted emitter 350*W*in the compression phase occurring in:*a*). in the near area of cavitation from the transmitter;*b*). in the remote area of cavitation from the transmitter and*c*). VDPCE averaged over an infinitely large time

**Figure****5****.***a*). sample foil with traces of erosion;*b*). mathematical model of the distribution VDPCE in the plane of foil (in the plane antinode of acoustic pressure)

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**Figure****8****.***а*); A mathematical model of the distribution VDPCE (*b*)

**Figure****9.**The design of the experimental reactor. In the axial sections are shown VDPCE distributions. left - in the first embodiment, on the Right - in the second

**Figure****10.**Experimental stand for practical optimization: 1 - reactor; 2 - dispersant; 3 - mixer; 4 - stabilizer; 5 - throttle; 6 - three-way valve; 7 - throttle; 8 - drain pipe; 9 - mark; 10 - agitator