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Cavitation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cavitation is the formation of vapor bubbles of a flowing liquid in a ... When the cavitation bubblescollapse, they force energetic liquid into very small volumes, ...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cavitation94%2.
Learn about the physics of the bubble
Cavitation occurs when the water velocity is very high, in which case ... As a matter of fact theshrimp uses its cavitation bubble to damage, stun or even to kill ...http://stilton.tnw.utwente.nl/shrimp/physics.html94%3.
ASA/EAA/DAGA '99 - Studying Bubble Collapse on a Subnanometer Time Scale
This situation changed in 1990, when Felipe Gaitan of the National Center for Physical Acoustics inMississippi was able to trap a single bubble in a standing sound field in water, collapsing it againand again for hours.http://www.acoustics.org/press/137th/gompf.html93%4.
Cavitation: - The formation and collapse of gas pockets or bubbles on the blade of an impeller orthe gate of a ... Times of India, In a process known as cavitation, bubbles form in ...http://www.mongabay.com/reference/environment/Cavitation.html93%5.
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cavitation: Definition from Answers.com
What is Cavitation?
Cavitation is the term that has been accepted since it describes the formation of vapor and gasbubbles within fluid, through the local reduction of pressure, when tension is applied to a joint. Thevapor bubble that then collapses in a synovial joint is bhttp://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-cavitation.htm93%8.
A Model for Primary Diesel Fuel Atomization Based on ...
This atomization model accounts for cavitation bubble. collapse energy, turbulent kinetic energy,and ... collapse time in the liquid jet, and uses a separate model ...http://me.engin.umich.edu/autolab/Publications/Adobe/P2000_03.PDF92%