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Abstract
A feasibility study of a circular ultrasonic array device for acoustic particle manipulation is presented. A general approach based on Green's function is developed to analyse the underlying properties of a circular acoustic array. It allows the size of a controllable device area as a function of the number of array elements to be established and the array excitation required to produce a desired field distribution to be determined. A set of quantitative parameters characterizing the complexity of the pressure landscape is suggested, and relation to the number of array elements is found. Next, a finiteelement model of a physically realizable circular piezoacoustic array device is employed to demonstrate that the trapping capability can be achieved in practice.
Original language  English 

Pages (fromto)  35713586 
Number of pages  16 
Journal  Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 
Volume  468 
Issue number  2147 
DOIs  
Publication status  Published  8 Nov 2012 
Keywords
 ultrasonics
 acoustic radiation force
 particle manipulation
 VIABILITY
 STANDINGWAVE
 BESSEL BEAM
 SPHERE
 CELLS
 MICROPARTICLES
 PROLIFERATION
 FRACTIONATION
 COMPOSITE
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ELECTRONIC SONOTWEEZERS: PARTICLE MANIPULATION WITH ULTRASONIC ARRAYS
1/07/09 → 1/07/13
Project: Research