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On the internal collapse phenomenon at the closure of cavitation bubbles in a deceleration process of underwater vertical launching
Wang YW(王一伟); Huang CG(黄晨光); Fang X(方新); Wu XC(吴小翠); Du TZ(杜特专); Wang, YW (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Mech, Key Lab Mech Fluid Solid Coupling Syst, Beijing 100190, Peoples R China.
Source PublicationAPPLIED OCEAN RESEARCH
2016
Volume56Pages:157-165
ISSN0141-1187
AbstractIn a typical experiment of underwater vertical launching, cavitation bubbles are generated in the lowpressure regions of the vehicle in the water and collapse when the projectile runs through the free surface. A new internal collapse phenomenon that advances from the tail to the head of the axisymmetric projectile has been observed in an underwater launching experiment: it differs from usual collapse phenomena and is rarely observed in water tunnel tests. During this process, cavities shrink upstream quickly, producing high impact pressure, and fast re-entry jets form, inducing strong instabilities. Analysis indicates that this phenomenon is relative to rapid changes in vehicle speed and cavitation number. Thin cavitation bubbles are generated when the vehicle accelerates rapidly, and then vapor condenses rapidly and forms an additional body force at the closure of the cavity in the deceleration process. As a result, large velocity directed to the wall to the wall is generated, and the liquid water layer continues to move toward the wall and impact as an internal collapse. Numerical simulations are also performed on the decelerating effect on the cavity evolution. Results indicate that the pressure increase is a critical factor, which results in a nonlinear change in the cavity length. In proportion to the enlargement of the deceleration, the cavities shorten more quickly. (C) 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
KeywordUnsteady Cavitating Flow Internal Collapse Underwater Launching Process Deceleration
DOI10.1016/j.apor.2016.02.001
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Indexed BySCI ; EI
Language英语
WOS IDWOS:000373552800012
WOS KeywordUnsteady cavitating flow ; Internal collapse ; Underwater launching process ; Deceleration
WOS Research AreaEngineering ; Oceanography
WOS SubjectEngineering, Ocean ; Oceanography
Funding OrganizationThe authors are grateful to National Natural Science Foundation of China through grant numbers 11202215 & 11332011 and the Youth Innovation Promotion Association of CAS (2015015).
DepartmentLMFS冲击与耦合效应(LHO)
Classification二类
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://dspace.imech.ac.cn/handle/311007/59524
Collection流固耦合系统力学重点实验室
Corresponding AuthorWang, YW (reprint author), Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Mech, Key Lab Mech Fluid Solid Coupling Syst, Beijing 100190, Peoples R China.
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Wang YW,Huang CG,Fang X,et al. On the internal collapse phenomenon at the closure of cavitation bubbles in a deceleration process of underwater vertical launching[J]. APPLIED OCEAN RESEARCH,2016,56:157-165.
APA 王一伟,黄晨光,方新,吴小翠,杜特专,&Wang, YW .(2016).On the internal collapse phenomenon at the closure of cavitation bubbles in a deceleration process of underwater vertical launching.APPLIED OCEAN RESEARCH,56,157-165.
MLA 王一伟,et al."On the internal collapse phenomenon at the closure of cavitation bubbles in a deceleration process of underwater vertical launching".APPLIED OCEAN RESEARCH 56(2016):157-165.
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