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- Play media Cavitation is a phenomenon in which rapid changes of pressure in a liquid lead to the formation of small vapor-filled cavities in places where...
- Cavitation is the formation of vapour cavities in a liquid. Cavitation may also refer to: Cavitation (embryology), the formation of cavities in an organ...
- remain in equilibrium with transpiration an event known as cavitation occurs. Cavitation is when the plant cannot supply its xylem with adequate water...
- Cavitation is the formation of cavities, which are spaces or openings in the body. This process occurs in mammalian embryos, and can also occur later on...
- in the early 19th century, cavitation during operation has always been a limiting factor on efficiency of ships. Cavitation in marine propellers develops...
- Supercavitation is the use of a cavitation bubble to reduce skin friction drag on a submerged object and enable high speeds. Applications include torpedoes...
- analysis of cavitation: The Available NPSH (NPSHA): a measure of how close the fluid at a given point is to flashing, and so to cavitation. Technically...
- common types of propeller cavitation are suction side surface cavitation and tip vortex cavitation. Suction side surface cavitation forms when the propeller...
- Cavitation modelling is a type of com****tional fluid dynamic (CFD) that represents the flow of fluid during cavitation. It covers a wide range of applications...
- local exposure conditions (ultrasonic amplitude, cavitation intensity, time spent in the active cavitation zone, etc.) stay the same. If this condition is...
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