Partial case of thermochemical analysis of cavitation sonolysis of water

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Lviv Polytechnic National University

The mechanism of water sonolysis with the formation of both intermediates (free radicals) and basic products (hydrogen and oxygen), which are important for thermal power engineering and water purification technologies, based on the use of advanced oxidation processes, wasresearched. The efficiency of hydroxyl radical generation in the environment of inert gases and oxygen was analyzed. The value of the chemical-acoustic efficiency for the hydrodynamic jet cavitator was calculated and itis 0.3675%, which is at least 2.5 times higher than the similar value for ultrasonic cavitation generators.

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