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Further Studies of the Mechanics and Potential of Fixed Type Cavities

Knapp, Robert T. (1956) Further Studies of the Mechanics and Potential of Fixed Type Cavities. In: Cavitation in Hydrodynamics. Her Majesty's Stationary Office , London, 19-1-4.

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The purpose of this discussion is to explore in more detail the mechanics of the cyclic process which occurs in fixed type cavitation, including some of the factors involved in similarity criteria. The concept of damage potential will also be examined.

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Additional Information:The primary support for the experimental programme was received from Contract Nonr-220(08), which contains funds from the Office of Naval Research and the Bureau of Ships, U.S. Navy. The author gratefully acknowledges the help received from his assistants, F. Bonamassa, J. Isaacson, and S. Reed.
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