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Ultrasonic assistance with water removal


Does anyone have experience using ultrasonic vibrations to help remove water from a surface?  I know water can be atomized with ultrasonic vibrations (e.g. ultrasonic humidifier), but that produces cavitation, and would damage the surface involved.  Would higher frequencies still help to remove water from a surface without damaging it?  Also, could the vibration help to loosen the water (break adhesion), while another method could remove it (e.g. suck or blow it off).  I would appreciate any advice in this area, thanks!

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