Bajram Zeqiri
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A novel sensor for monitoring acoustic cavitation. Part I: Concept, theory, and prototype development
B Zeqiri, PN Gelat, M Hodnett, ND Lee
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 50 …, 2003
Acoustic emission spectra from 515 kHz cavitation in aqueous solutions containing surface-active solutes
M Ashokkumar, M Hodnett, B Zeqiri, F Grieser, GJ Price
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (8), 2250-2258, 2007
The influence of waveform distortion on hydrophone spatial‐averaging corrections—Theory and measurement
B Zeqiri, AD Bond
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 92 (4), 1809-1821, 1992
Validated ultrasonic power measurements up to 20 W
RT Hekkenberg, K Beissner, B Zeqiri, RA Bezemer, M Hodnett
Ultrasound in medicine & biology 27 (3), 427-438, 2001
A novel sensor for monitoring acoustic cavitation. Part II: prototype performance evaluation
B Zeqiri, ND Lee, M Hodnett, PN Gélat
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 50 …, 2003
High-frequency acoustic emissions generated by a 20 kHz sonochemical horn processor detected using a novel broadband acoustic sensor: a preliminary study
M Hodnett, R Chow, B Zeqiri
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 11 (6), 441-454, 2004
Studies of a novel sensor for assessing the spatial distribution of cavitation activity within ultrasonic cleaning vessels
B Zeqiri, M Hodnett, AJ Carroll
Ultrasonics 44 (1), 73-82, 2006
A new anechoic material for medical ultrasonic applications
B Zeqiri, CJ Bickley
Ultrasound in medicine & biology 26 (3), 481-485, 2000
Couplants and their influence on AE sensor sensitivity
P Theobald, B Zeqiri, J Avison
Journal of acoustic emission 26, 91-97, 2008
Towards a reference ultrasonic cavitation vessel. Part 1: Preliminary investigation of the acoustic field distribution in a 25 kHz cylindrical cell
M Hodnett, MJ Choi, B Zeqiri
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 14 (1), 29-40, 2007
Primary calibration of membrane hydrophones in the frequency range 0.5 MHz to 60 MHz
RC Preston, SP Robinson, B Zeqiri, TJ Esward, PN Gélat, ND Lee
Metrologia 36 (4), 331, 1999
A strategy for the development and standardisation of measurement methods for high power/cavitating ultrasonic fields: review of high power field measurement techniques
M Hodnett, B Zeqiri
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 4 (4), 273-288, 1997
Toward a reference ultrasonic cavitation vessel: Part 2-Investigating the spatial variation and acoustic pressure threshold of inertial cavitation in a 25 kHz ultrasound field
M Hodnett, B Zeqiri
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 55 …, 2008
Measurement and testing of the acoustic properties of materials: a review
B Zeqiri, W Scholl, SP Robinson
Metrologia 47 (2), S156, 2010
Characterisation of measures of reference acoustic cavitation (COMORAC): An experimental feasibility trial
TG Leighton, PR Birkin, M Hodnett, B Zeqiri, JF Power, GJ Price, T Mason, ...
Bubble and particle dynamics in acoustic fields: modern trends and …, 2005
Development of standard measurement methods for essential properties of ultrasound therapy equipment
RT Hekkenberg, R Reibold, B Zeqiri
Ultrasound in medicine & biology 20 (1), 83-98, 1994
Characterisation of a phantom for multiwavelength quantitative photoacoustic imaging
M Fonseca, B Zeqiri, PC Beard, BT Cox
Physics in Medicine & Biology 61 (13), 4950, 2016
Reference characterisation of sound speed and attenuation of the IEC agar-based tissue-mimicking material up to a frequency of 60 MHz
S Rajagopal, N Sadhoo, B Zeqiri
Ultrasound in medicine & biology 41 (1), 317-333, 2015
Metrology for ultrasonic applications
B Zeqiri
Progress in biophysics and molecular biology 93 (1-3), 138-152, 2007
A novel pyroelectric method of determining ultrasonic transducer output power: Device concept, modeling, and preliminary studies
B Zeqiri, PN Gelat, J Barrie, CJ Bickley
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 54 …, 2007
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