Oscillatory Free Surface Displacement of Finite Amplitude in a Small Orifice

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Brian J. Daniels, James A. Liburdy

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331

J. Fluids Eng 126(5), 818-826 (Dec 07, 2004) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1789525 History: Received February 08, 2003; Revised March 23, 2004; Online December 07, 2004
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Potential theory modal frequency predictions versus γn/R and viscous modified potential theory frequency predictions versus γn/R; as well as measured modal frequencies versus γn/R and γn/R for both the 794- and 1180-μm orifices
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Schematic of the test device
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Schematic of the experiment setup
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Measured and predicted surface profiles using the potential theory and viscous modified theory of the central peak for modes 2 through 5 for (a) the 794-μm and (b) the 1180-μm diameter orifices
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Comparison of predicted (white) and measured (gray) annular peak locations for mode numbers 3 through 6 using the viscous modified solutions for (a) the 794-μm- and (b) the 1180-μm-diameter orifices
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Predicted secondary peak locations versus frequency for potential theory and viscous modified potential theory, as well as measured data for (a) the 794-μm- and (b) the 1180-μm-diameter orifices




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