Handbook of Cavitation Erosion
This revised Handbook is a completely rewritten and updated version of the original 6Handbook of Cavitation Damage6 which was published under the auspices of the Office of Naval Research in 1965. This new edition contains the very latest information pertaining to scal-ing and the effects of fluid properties on Cavitation Erosion, as well as new field experiences with some of the Navy's high perfor-mance ships. Again, the scope of this Handbook ranges from the most basic theoretical cavitation concepts to practical guidance relevant to design, material selection, protection, and field re-pair procedures. (Author-PL).
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DEFINITION OF CAVITATION ITS CAUSE AND EFFECTS
EFFECTS OF CAVITATION
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alloys aluminum amplitude anodic apparatus Applied ASME ASTM bronze bubble collapse Cast Iron cathodic protection cavi cavitation bubbles Cavitation Damage Cavitation Damage Resistance cavitation erosion cavitation inception cavitation number cavitation parameter chemical correlation corrosion fatigue depth of erosion devices discussed dynamic elastomeric coatings Engineering Equation erosion rate erosion resistance erosion strength experimental experiments exposure flow fluid Hammitt Hydraulic hydrodynamic hydrofoil HYDRONAUTICS increased intensity of cavitation intensity of erosion investigators Jour laboratory Lichtman and Weingram manganese bronze material metal methods Naval Research neoprene nuclei observed operation Order of Merit Plesset propeller properties rate of erosion relative rH rH rotating disk scale shown in Figure speed stainless steel Stellite strain energy surface tension Table temperature Tensile Thiruvengadam tion Trans Turbine U. S. Navy vapor pressure velocity Venturi vibratory volume loss vortex Weber number weight loss welding yield strength