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TEION KOGAKU (Journal of Cryogenics and Superconductivity Society of Japan)
Synopsis: The oscillatory flow in a thermoacoustic sound wave generator is described. Oscillatory flow plays an important role in thermoacoustic phenomena, in which direct energy conversion from heat to work (oscillatory flow or sound wave) and vice versa are performed with no moving parts. A stack is essential in a thermoacoustic sound wave generator, which is the most important part of thermoacoustic equipment. Clearly, there is an optimum stack size for the oscillatory flow of adoi:10.2221/jcsj.47.16 fatcat:gma46v4ig5hbjjuwfypfscsruy