The Role of Nuclei Size in Transient Cavitation Threshold Measurements
MISSISSIPPI UNIV UNIVERSITY PHYSICAL ACOUSTICS RESEARCH LAB
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The relationship between cavitation nuclei size and transient cavitation thresholds was studied employing an apparatus designed to perform automated threshold measurements using sound emission and sonoluminescence as transient cavitation indicators. Experimental results agree with crevice model predictions based on either the crevice or free bubble nucleation models. Observed deviations may be due to limitations in the theories or systematic experimental errors.
- Fluid Mechanics