Vibro-separators are widely used to separate solid particles from slurries and/or to
size segregate the dried product. In this thesis, a mathematical model was developed to
theoretically evaluate the vacuum drying of the collected solid on the screen of a vibro-separator.
This data set contains ultrasound IQ echo data with corresponding co-registered scanned, TTC-stained tissue sections of rabbit liver with VX2 tumor, after in-vivo ultrasound ablation controlled by echo decorrelation imaging. Further details are provided in the included dissertation (Abbass 2018).