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Acoustic bubble detection - II. The detection of transient cavitation

By T.G. Leighton


This paper follows Part I, which described primarily acoustic techniques for the detection of stable bubbles (gas bodies). Other techniques, based on optical, chemical, and erosive effects, were discussed. This paper describes techniques in the same four categories, though again concentrating primarily on acoustic methods, for the detection of transient cavitation, which is characterised by the sudden growth of a bubble from a small seed nucleus, followed by an energetic collapse and reboun

Topics: QC, TD
Year: 1995
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