Research on the Influence Factors of Cavitating Jet in Jet Pipe Amplifier Nozzle

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The cavitation flow characteristics in jet pipe amplifier with different nozzles were simulated using commercial computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software. The influence of operating parameters and structural parameters of jet nozzles on cavitation jets are the key objective. These parameters mainly include inlet pressure, outlet pressure, temperature of water, nozzle convergence angle, the length of the nozzle cylindrical section, nozzle diameter and nozzle export chamfer angle. The results provide methods to limit the emergence and development of the nozzle jet internal cavitations.

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Mohamed Othman

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617-620

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X. H. Wang et al., "Research on the Influence Factors of Cavitating Jet in Jet Pipe Amplifier Nozzle", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 229-231, pp. 617-620, 2012

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November 2012

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