TitleFundamentals of cavitation
Author(s)by Jean-Pierre Franc;Jean-Marie Michel
PublicationDordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004.
Description1 online resource (xxii, 300 p.) : ill
Contents NoteCover -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Foreword -- Preface -- Symbols -- 1. Introduction ... The main features of cavitating flows -- 1.1. The physical phenomenon -- 1.2. Cavitation in real liquid flows -- 1.3. Specific features of cavitating flow -- 1.4. Non-dimensional parameters -- 1.5. Some historical aspects -- References -- 2. Nuclei and cavitation -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Equilibrium of a nucleus -- 2.3. Heat and mass diffusion -- 2.4. Nucleus population -- References -- 3. The dynamics of spherical bubbles -- 3.1. Basic equations -- 3.2. The collapse of a vapor bubble -- 3.3. The explosion of a nucleus -- 3.4. The effect of viscosity -- 3.5. Non-linear oscillations of a bubble -- 3.6. Scaling considerations -- 3.7. Stability of the spherical interface -- References -- 4. Bubbles in a non-symmetrical environment. -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Motion of a spherical bubble in a liquid at rest -- 4.3. Non-spherical bubble evolution -- 4.4. The path of a spherical bubble -- References -- Appendix to section 4.3.3 -- 5. Further insights into bubble physics -- 5.1. The effect of compressibility -- 5.2. Bubble noise -- 5.3. Some thermal aspects -- 5.4. A typical numerical solution -- References -- Appendix to section 5.1.3 -- 6. Supercavitation -- 6.1. Physical aspects of supercavities -- 6.2. Supercavity flow modeling using steady potential flow theory -- 6.3. Typical results -- 6.4. Axisymmetric cavities -- 6.5. Specific problems -- References -- 7. Partial cavities -- 7.1. Partial cavities on two-dimensional foils -- 7.2. Partial cavities in internal flows -- 7.3. The cloud cavitation instability -- 7.4. Wakes of partial cavities -- 7.5. Thermal effects in partial cavitation -- 7.6. System instability -- 7.7. Partial cavity flow modeling -- References -- Appendix: sonic velocity in a liquid/vapor mixture with phase change -- 8. Bubbles and cavities on two-dimensional foils -- 8.1. Attached cavitation -- 8.2. Traveling bubble cavitation -- 8.3. Interaction between bubbles and cavities -- 8.4. Roughness and cavitation inception -- References -- 9. Ventilated supercavities -- 9.1. Two-dimensional ventilated cavities -- 9.2. Axisymmetric ventilated supercavities -- 9.3. Analysis of pulsating ventilated cavities -- References -- 10. Vortex cavitation -- 10.1. Theoretical results -- 10.2. The non-cavitating tip vortex -- 10.3. Cavitation in a tip vortex -- References -- 11. Shear cavitation -- 11.1. Jet cavitation -- 11.2. Wake cavitation -- References -- 12. Cavitation erosion -- 12.1. Empirical methods -- 12.2. Some global results -- 12.3. Basic hydrodynamic mechanisms of energy concentration -- 12.4. Aggressiveness of a cavitating flow -- 12.5. Insight into the material response -- References
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
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