5 Cavitation

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    Cavitation occurs in flowing liquid systems when the pressure falls sufficiently low in some region of the flow so that vapor bubbles are formed. Reynolds (1873) was among the first to attempt to explain the unusual behavior of ship propellers at higher rotational speeds by focusing on the possibility of the entrainment of air into the wakes of the… (More)

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