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Cavitation and Bubble Dynamics

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Cavitation and Bubble Dynamics
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0195094093
ISBN-13: 9780195094091
Number of pages: 294

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This book provides a coherent and unified treatment of the fundamental physical processes involved in bubble dynamics and the phenomenon of cavitation. Of interest to a wide range of mechanical engineers, the study of cavitation and bubbly flows is applicable to topics ranging from valve damage in hydroelectric equipment, ship propellers, and internal combustion engines to the performance of turbines and pumps of all sizes. Well-written and up-to-date, the book will prove indispensable to engineers and students needing a reference detailing the problems of cavitation and bubbly flow.

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