Cavitation and Bubble Dynamics
Cambridge University Press, 2014 - 249 Seiten
Cavitation and Bubble Dynamics deals with the fundamental physical processes of bubble dynamics and the phenomenon of cavitation. It is ideal for graduate students and research engineers and scientists, and a basic knowledge of fluid flow and heat transfer is assumed. The analytical methods presented are developed from basic principles. The book begins with a chapter on nucleation and describes both the theory and observations in flowing and non-flowing systems. Three chapters provide a systematic treatment of the dynamics and growth, collapse, or oscillation of individual bubbles in otherwise quiescent fluids. The following chapters summarize the motion of bubbles in liquids, describe some of the phenomena that occur in homogeneous bubbly flows, with emphasis on cloud cavitation, and summarize some of the experimental observations of cavitating flows. The last chapter provides a review of free streamline methods used to treat separated cavity flows with large attached cavities.
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acceleration Acosta acoustic acoustic cavitation amplitude analysis angle of attack Arakeri ASME assumed barotropic behavior body boundary condition boundary layer Brennen bubble collapse bubble dynamics bubble growth bubble radius cavitation bubbles cavitation inception cavitation noise cavitation number cavity flows choked flow closure compressibility constant damping detachment point downstream drag coefficient equilibrium example ﬂow Fluid Mech free streamline free surface fully developed cavity function gradient headform heat transfer homogeneous hydrofoil interactions linear liquid microjet mixture multiphase flows natural frequency nonlinear nucleation nuclei observed occur oscillations particle phase photographs Phys Plesset polytropic potential flow pressure Proc Prosperetti ratio Rayleigh-Plesset equation reentrant jet Reynolds number Section shock shown in Figure solid surface solution sonoluminescence sphere spherical bubble stagnation point supercavitating superheat surface tension temperature term terminal velocity thermal effects typical unsteady vapor velocity viscous void fraction vortex vortices wake water tunnel zero