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Supercavitation

Advances and Perspectives A collection dedicated to the 70th jubilee of Yu.N. Savchenko

by Igor Nesteruk

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis,
  • Engineering Fluid Dynamics,
  • Fluid- and Aerodynamics,
  • Engineering,
  • Astronautics,
  • Computer science,
  • Hydraulic engineering,
  • Mathematics,
  • Aerospace Technology and Astronautics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Igor Nesteruk
    ContributionsSpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27090116M
    ISBN 109783642236563


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The book covers four general topic areas: 1- The Supercavitation book characteristics and physical mechanics of hydrodynamic cavitation, 2- Cavitation damage from the viewpoint of both the hydrodynamic process and the reaction of particular materials.

3- Cavitation study methods and equipment for research and performance testing. 4- Cavitation effects in flow Format: Paperback. About this book Introduction The contributions solve very important problems of the high-speed hydrodynamics, such as supersonic motion in water, drag diminishing, dynamics and stability of supercavitating vehicles, water entry and hydrodynamic performances of hydrofoils, ventilated cavities after a Supercavitation book and under the ship bottom.

About this book The contributions solve very important problems of the high-speed hydrodynamics,such as supersonic motion in water, drag diminishing, dynamics and stability of supercavitating vehicles, water entry and hydrodynamic performances of hydrofoils, ventilated cavities after a.

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Book. Description: 1 online resource: Contents: Mathematical theory and numerical simulation of bubbly cavitating nozzle flows.- Controlled supercavitation formed by a ring type wing.- Supercavitation as the effective tool for water drag Supercavitation book Water entry of thin hydrofoils   A compromise might be a submarine that can sprint from its base at, say San Diego by supercavitation, and then switch to slow-and-stealthy mode once.

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Sounds like supercavitation. USSR/Russia has had supercavitating rocket Supercavitation book since Supercavitation book Cold War. USN also developed a good one prototype but. SUPERCAVITATION RESEARCH Supercavitation book DEVELOPMENT Ivan N.

Kirschner, Neal E. Fine, James S. Supercavitation book, David C. Kring, and Benjamin J. Rosenthal Anteon Corporation – Engineering Technology Center One Corporate Place Middletown, RI USA Thomas A.

Gieseke, Robert Kuklinski, and Abraham N. Varghese Naval Undersea Warfare Center DivisionFile Size: 1MB. by John Macneill Several challenges remain for the supercavitating torpedo, including how it will be steered underwater.

Water-tunnel tests have already proven that speed can be achieved: In. Supercavitation works well at sub-sonic Supercavitation book. At Supercavitation book hypersonic speeds you describe, you actually run across supercavitation's big brother: Supercavitation book waves.

These separate the supersonic flow from a sub-sonic flow near they body of the craft. You actually don't have to design to get them: you will get them simply by traveling at those speeds. Serebryakov V.V. —— Asymptotic approach for problems of axisymmetric supercavitation based on the slender body approximation.

Supercavitation book Proc. 3 rd Int. Symp. on. Supercavitation is the use of cavitation effects to create a bubble of gas inside a liquid large enough to encompass an object travelling through Supercavitation book liquid, greatly reducing the skin friction drag on the object and enabling achievement of very high speeds.

5/ Researchers from Beijing Institute of Science and Technology, Zhejiang University and Norway visited water tunnel lab. 12/ Our paper on gas jet supercavitation is selected as the Editor's Pick in Physics of Fluids. Supercavitation is an extreme version of cavitation in which a single bubble is formed that envelops the moving object almost completely.

At velocities over about 50 meters per second, blunt-nosed cavitators and prow-mounted gas-injection systems produce these low-density gas pockets. Dynamic Processes of Supercavitation and Computer Simulation [Vladimir N.

Semenenko] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Dynamic Processes of Supercavitation and Computer SimulationAuthor: Vladimir N. Semenenko. Semenenko, "Artificial supercavitation. physics and calculation," in Proceedings of RTO AVT Lecture Series on Supercavitating Flows, vol. The technology is called supercavitation, and it’s been around for decades.

The idea is to increase the speed of an object like, say, a submarine or torpedo \[ \]. Supercavitation is a very complex, multiphase phenomenon. There are still many difficulties to tackle in numerical simulations and also more experimental data are required for their validation.

However, such experiments can effectively be carried out only in cavitation tunnels with special capabilities of discharging injected gas for artificial Cited by: The basic similarity parameters of the supercavitation flows are cavitation number and Reynolds number, which are defined as: (9) σ = P ∞ − P c 1 2 ρ l V ∞ 2, and Re = ρ l V ∞ D μ l where p ∞ is the environmental pressure; p c is the pressure inside of a cavity; ρ l and μ l denote the density and viscosity of liquid phase, respectively; and V ∞ is the relative velocity of Cited by: Experimental investigation of supercavitating flows Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering 4(2) June with 78 Reads.

The new sub is based on Soviet technology developed during the cold war. Called supercavitation, it envelopes a submerged vessel inside an air.

Supercavitation is the use of cavitation effects to create a bubble of gas inside a liquid large enough to encompass an object travelling through the liquid, greatly reducing the skin friction drag on the object and enabling achievement of very high speeds. "Russian book sheds light on missile".

Washington Times. A Office of. Ventilated supercavitation is a promising technique to achieve high-speed transport underwater by generating a gas bubble enclosing a moving object through ventilation.

However, implementing this technique requires clear understanding and precise control of supercavity behaviors under unsteady conditions in practical applications. The answer: Supercavitation.

Among other benefits, the phenomenon makes craft more fuel-efficient and more stable for shooting at targets. The Russian military, Sancoff learned, had built a supercavitating rocket-powered torpedo, which traveled at knots, roughly four times as fast as American weapons.

Chapter: 4 Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendations Get This Book Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.

Supercavitation is a remarkable technology which most people have never heard of. By reducing drag on submarines and torpedoes by a factor of %, supercavitation could transform the stealthy world of submarine warfare into something more like aerial combat, with objects flying back and forth at speeds much faster than the submarines we know.

Get this from a library. Artificial Supercavitation. Physics and Calculation. [Vladimir N Semenenko; UKRAINIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES KIEV INST OF HYDROMECHANICS.;] -- This lecture is devoted to the basic physical properties and the calculation methods of the artificial cavitation (ventilation) flows.

Main attention is paid to the three-dimensional ventilated. A boat is copying the tech behind a super-fast Russian torpedo by riding a foam tunnel through the water.

Russia developing Khishchnik high-speed torpedo to replace VA Shkval supercavitating torpedo The Elektropribor Design Bureau in Saratov is developing a high-speed torpedo dubbed Khishchnik (Russian for ‘raptor’) and designed to replace the Shkval, expert Vladimir Tuchkov writes in an article with the Svobodnaya Pressa online news agency.

Force analysis of underwater object with supercavitation evolution B C Khoo1,2,3* & J G Zheng1,3 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore 2Singapore-MIT Alliance, National University of Singapore, Singapore 3Temasek Laboratories, National University of Singapore, Singapore An anonymous reader writes "For decades, researchers have been trying to build boats, submarines, and torpedoes that make use of supercavitation — a bubble layer around the hull that drastically reduces friction and enables super-fast a company in New Hampshire called Juliet Marine Systems has built and tested such a craft, and says it is the world's fastest underwater vehicle.2/5().

RE: Supercavitation rb (Aerospace) 10 Apr 08 i think the point with cavitation is that bubbles are created from gases dissolved in the liquid where the local pressure is low enough (when the local flow is fast enough). Supercavitation is the use of cavitation -- the formation of bubbles in liquid, usually by propeller -- to create a bubble large enough to encompass an object moving through liquid and reducing Author: Nicole Drum.

Supercavitation is used to describe the cavity that forms behind a solid body, due to the effects of cavitation, when traveling underwater at very high velocities. Cavitation primarily deals with submerged objects, such as boat propellers, torpedoes, and submarines, moving through bodies of water.

the father of supercavitation. New chapters or changed ones are red marked. Document demonstrating Hans Reichart being the first to propose a Knots-Rocket-Torpedo in Document You want to know what the phrase "supercavitation" refers to.

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Mathematical theory and numerical simulation of bubbly cavitating nozzle flows.- Controlled supercavitation formed by a ring type wing.- Supercavitation as the effective tool for water drag reduction.- Water entry of thin hydrofoils.- Hydrodynamic performance of 2-D shock-free supercavitating hydrofoils with a spoiler on the trailing edge Definition of SUPERCAVITATION in the dictionary.

Meaning of SUPERCAVITATION. What does SUPERCAVITATION mean. Information and translations of SUPERCAVITATION in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. Supercavitation is a hydrodynamic phenomenon in which an pdf body is almost entirely inside the cavity wall.

Since the density of the gas is much lower than that of water, skin friction Author: Igor Nesteruk.Supercavitation is the use of a cavitation bubble to reduce skin friction drag on a submerged object and enable high speeds.

Applications include torpedoes and propellers, but in theory, the technique could be extended to an entire underwater vessel.

"Russian book sheds light on missile". Actually, the US Navy did start to develop one, but essentially put it on ebook shelf several years ago.

In its current form it is nowhere near as effective a weapon as the Mark 48 AdCap (Advanced Capability). In the course of building what they did.