Cavitation Liquid Leakage through Throttle Device
Keywords:hydrodynamic cavitation, cavity, cavitation pressure variations, throttle channels, visualization, cavitation properties
AbstractThe issues covering research of hydrodynamic cavitation in throttle devices are considered. The physical model of cavitation pressure variations in the Venturi nozzle type throttle device is considered in detail. On the basis of physical model, the analytical dependences of calculation of the scale of cavitation pressure variations in the throttle device are proposed for use in the technological processes of cleaning the elements of hydraulic equipment from contaminants. The efficiency of throttle devices as cavitation pressure variations generators is analyzed.
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How to Cite
Tarasenko, T., & Badakh, V. (2017). Cavitation Liquid Leakage through Throttle Device. Mechanics and Advanced Technologies, (3(81), 82–91. https://doi.org/10.20535/2521-1943.2017.81.117480
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