2014 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
2012 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
Timothy G. Leighton mostly deals with Bubble, Acoustics, Cavitation, Sonoluminescence and Mechanics. His Bubble oscillation study in the realm of Bubble connects with subjects such as Population. His work on Ultrasonic sensor, Transducer and Sound pressure as part of general Acoustics research is frequently linked to Field, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Cavitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Shock wave, Computational fluid dynamics and Shock. Timothy G. Leighton combines subjects such as Hydrophone and Optics with his study of Sonoluminescence. Timothy G. Leighton usually deals with Mechanics and limits it to topics linked to Speed of sound and Attenuation, Rotational symmetry and Luminescence.
Timothy G. Leighton spends much of his time researching Acoustics, Bubble, Mechanics, Cavitation and Sonar. His Acoustics research includes themes of Attenuation and Underwater. His Attenuation research integrates issues from Speed of sound, Scattering and Mineralogy.
His Bubble research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Surf zone, Oscillation and Classical mechanics. Timothy G. Leighton is interested in Sonoluminescence, which is a branch of Cavitation. The Sonar study combines topics in areas such as Human echolocation, Radar, Clutter and Marine engineering.
His main research concerns Acoustics, Bubble, Sound, Noise and Ultrasound. His work on Speed of sound as part of general Acoustics research is often related to Range, thus linking different fields of science. To a larger extent, Timothy G. Leighton studies Mechanics with the aim of understanding Bubble.
Timothy G. Leighton interconnects Attenuation and Nozzle in the investigation of issues within Mechanics. His work deals with themes such as Shoaling and schooling, Guideline compliance and Soundscape, which intersect with Noise. His study in Ultrasound is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sound, Hearing range, Audiology, Bioacoustics and Ultrasonic sensor.
His primary areas of investigation include Bubble, Acoustics, Underwater, Submarine pipeline and Sound. His research on Bubble concerns the broader Mechanics. His Mechanics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Radius and Shock.
His study in Acoustics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Attenuation and Surface wave. Timothy G. Leighton interconnects Ambient noise level, Noise and Flume in the investigation of issues within Underwater. His research in Sound intersects with topics in Noise pollution and Aeronautics.
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The Acoustic Bubble
What is ultrasound
Timothy G. Leighton.
Progress in Biophysics & Molecular Biology (2007)
Bubble population phenomena in acoustic cavitation
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry (1995)
Primary Bjerknes forces
T G Leighton;A J Walton;M J W Pickworth.
European Journal of Physics (1990)
ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
Mohsen Badiey;Michael J. Buckingham;Dezhang Chu;John A. Colosi.
Ultrasonic propagation in cancellous bone: a new stratified model
Elinor Ruth Hughes;Timothy Grant Leighton;Graham William Petley;Paul Robert White.
Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology (1999)
An experimental study of the sound emitted from gas bubbles in a liquid
Timothy G. Leighton;Alan J. Walton.
European Journal of Physics (1987)
Detection and impacts of leakage from sub-seafloor deep geological carbon dioxide storage
Jerry Blackford;Henrik Stahl;Jonathan M. Bull;Benoît J.P. Bergès.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
FROM SEAS TO SURGERIES, FROM BABBLING BROOKS TO BABY SCANS: THE ACOUSTICS OF GAS BUBBLES IN LIQUIDS
T. G. Leighton.
International Journal of Modern Physics B (2004)
Shock-induced collapse of a cylindrical air cavity in water: a Free-Lagrange simulation
G.J. Ball;B.P. Howell;T.G. Leighton;M.J. Schofield.
Shock Waves (2000)
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