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Cavitation Noise from Underwater Projectiles

Knapp, Robert T. and Daily, James W. and Baller, Howard (1945) Cavitation Noise from Underwater Projectiles. California Institute of Technology , Pasadena, CA. (Unpublished)

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This report describes measurements of high frequency noise produced by projectiles cavitating in a high velocity stream of water. Spherical and ellipsoidal focusing reflectors were used in conjunction with a Brush CC-11A hydrophone to locate the noise source.

Item Type:Report or Paper (Technical Report)
Additional Information:Office of Scientific Research & Development National Defense Research Committee. Division Six-Section 6.1. Section No. 6.1-sr207-1920. HML No. ND-26. The High Speed Water Tunnel is operated by the California Institute of Technology under Contract OEMsr-207 with the Office of Scientific Research and Development, and is sponsored by Division 6, Section 6.1, of the National Defense Research Committee. The investigations reported here were authorized by a letter of October 23, 1942, from Dr. E. H. Colpitts, Chief of Section 6.1, National Defense Research Committee.
Group:Hydrodynamics Laboratory
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National Defense Research CommitteeOEMsr-207
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