Cavitation: Bubble Trackers
CRC Press, 1 janv. 1999 - 416 pages
This text deals with the concept that cavitation is the main limitation to the performance of hydraulic components. Topics covered include the vaporization of liquids due to high velocities or pressure fluctuations, and the effects of cavitation on the performances of rotary machinery. One chapter is devoted to cavitation noise which concerns many users, including surface ships and submarines, and the author finishes with some examples of the use of cavitation and subject-specific measuring techniques.
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PARAMETER O OF CAVITATION
TYPES OF CAVITATION
SINGLE BUBBLE LIFE
CAVITATION OF A HYDROFOIL
TRAVELLING BUBBLE CAVITATION
OTHER TYPES OF CAVITATION
acoustic analysis appearance applications attained blades boundary bubble calculated carried characteristic coefficient collapse complex components conducted considered constant corresponding critical curve defined depends described determine developed diameter downstream effects energy equal equation equipment erosion example experimental experiments extrapolation fact Figure flow rate flow velocity fluid frequency function geometry given hydrodynamic hydrofoil impacts important inception of cavitation increase industrial influence intensity laws layer leading liquid lower machines material maximum means measurement method needed noise NPSH nuclei observed obtained operation parameter particular performance phenomenon possible prediction present problem produced propeller proportional prototype pump ratio reduced Reynolds number rotating scale separation shown shows similar similitude surface surface tension techniques temperature transfer travelling tunnel type of cavitation valve vapour pressure venturi vortex walls zone
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