THE MONITORING OF THE LIQUID-GAS MIXTURE PARAMETERS BY THE PASSIVE ACOUSTIC METHOD
Keywords:passive acoustic method, acoustic bubble sizing, process monitoring
The considers the actual problem of determining the dispersed composition of the gas phase in a liquid medium. The work
uses a passive acoustic method based on the interaction between the vibration frequency of bubbles and their size. On the experimental setup, acoustic waves emitted by air bubbles in water were recorded using a hydrophone. The sizes of the bubbles were determined by the spectra of the recorded signal. In the course of the experiments, the bubble radius was varied from 1.7 to 2.4 mm. The spectrogram of the signal was used to estimate the intensity of the release of bubbles in the volume of the experimental apparatus. Using the technique of synchronous filming, a video recording of the process of bubbles allocation at the apparatus was made. The analysis of the recorded video showed the correspondence of the determination of the parameters of the liquid-gas mixture. There are proposed various application scenarios of the passive acoustic method in the oil and gas industry.
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