Cavitation and Tension in Liquids

By: DH Trevena

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CD2 - A hardcover book in very good condition that has some bumped corners and chipping, scattered scratches and rubbing, lighty darkened endpapers, tanning and light shelf wear with no dust jacket. 9.5"x6.25", 125 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Cavitation is the process of formation of voids and clouds of bubbles in liquids under tension. Cavitation and the ability of liquids to withstand tension are therefore topics of considerable importance in a number of disciplines in pure and applied science. The monograph begins with a historical survey of early cavitation research which started with the pioneering work of F M L Donny and Marcelin Berthelot. The theoretical and experimental background to cavitation and the tensile strength of liquids - static and dynamic stressing of liquids and bubble studies - is then discussed before the practical consequences are considered. It is these 'applied' areas in which cavitation has most bearing on everyday life: engineers and marine architects must have an appreciation of the effects of cavitation on hydraulic machinery and ships' propellers while the cavitation properties of the liquid coolant can play a large part in the design and safety of fast nuclear reactors. In the medical field cavitation effects are met in joint cracking, decompression sickness and blood flow. The conclusion of the book, and a survey of the present state of knowledge, are presented by Professor H N V Temperley, who has had a lifetime's experience of cavitation research. This monograph will serve as a complete introduction to cavitation and tension in liquids for students of physics, engineering and chemical engineering. Researchers and teachers will find it a handy reference source.

Title: Cavitation and Tension in Liquids

Author: DH Trevena

Categories: Other,

Publisher: Bristol, Adam Hilger: 1987

ISBN: 0852744544

ISBN 13: 9780852744543

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Book ID: ec52870

Keywords: FLUID DYNAMICS CAVITATION TENSION LIQUIDS,