I have explained what we are doing, I will explain it simpler - the Reyleigh Plesset equation describes the physics of an expanding and collapsing bubble. The equation does not work well though:

‘’Some have argued that the Rayleigh–Plesset equation described above is unreliable for predicting bubble temperatures and that actual temperatures in sonoluminescing systems can be far higher than 20,000 kelvins. Some research claims to have measured temperatures as high as 100,000 kelvins, and speculates temperatures could reach into the millions of kelvins. Temperatures this high could cause thermonuclear fusion.’’

So we have a temperature gradient which is one unique change in our approach. Since magnetic field have been detected around the phenomenon, it's very likely Larmor/cyclotron radiation will be present from accelerating charges. In the dynamic view I have taken in this work, is that the charges owe their radiation from coupling to the wall velocity, which, as it collapses, goes much faster than the speed of sound. This is what the new extra terms on the RHS of the following equation does:

So what is it I am trying to achieve? Well hopefully it's clear, its about correcting the Reyleigh Plesset equation to suit the new physics we suspect.