Cavitation in Hydrodynamics : Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the National Physical Laboratory on September 14, 15 16 & 17, 1955.

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National Physical Laboratory. Cavitation in Hydrodynamics [cover subtitle :Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the National Physical Laboratory on Sep tember 14, 15 16 & 17, 1955.] London : Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1956. Pp [i]-v,(1), plus 22 papers (each with its own pagination), and 9 divider leaves, vii-xxvi,(2), frontispiece. Illustrated. 4to, red cloth tape spine, pink paper covered boards, lettered in red. Contents : 1. A critical review of recent progress in cavitation research (by P. Eisenberg). 2. Some factors affecting the inception of cavitation (by E. E. Williams). 3. Tensile stresses in flowing water (by G. Ziegler). 4. Turbulence and boundary layer effects on cavitation inception from gas nuclei (by J.W. Daily and V. Johnson). 4. The tensile strength of liquids under dynamic stressing (by R. M. Davies, D. H. Trevena, N. J. M. Rees, and G.M. Lewis). 6. Undissolved aircavities as cavitation nuclei (by M. Strasberg). 7. Instrumentation for th e measurement of fluctuating forces, pressure Intensities and velocities instudies of cavitation (by D.W. Appel). 8. Techniques for pressure pulse me asurements and high-speed photography in ultrasonic cavitation (by A.T. Ellis). 9. Instrumention for the ARL water tunnel and rotating beam channel (by H. Ritter). 10. The six-inch water tunnel at the St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory, and its experimental use in cavitation design studies (by L.G. Straub, J.F. Ripkin, and R. Olson). 11. Some reflections on modern scale formulae for cavitation phenomena (by H. Gerber). 12. Air entralnment at the rear of a steady cavity (by R.N. Cox and W.A. Clayden). 13. Preliminaryobservations on a geometrically-similar series of model screws (by A. Silv erleaf). 14. Ship propeller cavitation patterns (by A.F. Weeks). 15. Hydrofoils in noncavitating and cavitatlng flow (by M.S. Plesset and B.R. Parkin). 16. Supercavitatlng flow past foils and struts (by M.P. Tulin). 17. Effect of static pressure differences on the cavitation characteristics of hydrofoil profiles (by F. Numachi). 18. A suggested mechanism of erosion damage (by G.T. Callis). 19. Further studies of the mechanics and damage potentialof fixed type cavities (by R.T. Knapp). 20. Some experiments on cavitation erosion in water mixed with air (by R.E.H. Rasmussen). 21. Mechanism or ca vitation erosion (by W.H. Wheeler). 22. Experimental study of the intensityof erosion due to cavitation (by K.K. Shalney). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGE S WILL APPLY DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Wear to spine ends and edges, rubbed, bookplate, else very good. 60.00

Title: Cavitation in Hydrodynamics : Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the National Physical Laboratory on September 14, 15 16 & 17, 1955.

Author Name: National Physical Laboratory

Categories: 79,

Publisher: Her Majesty's Stationery Office / HMSO / H.M.S.O., London, 1956,:

Seller ID: 98148

Keywords: NAUTICAL CAVITATION SHIP PROPELLERS HYDOFOILS ENGINEERING MARINE,