Bubble Detection and Cavitation Monitoring

Last Known Chair: ASA Standards

Scope: Equipment and techniques are to be described and compared (A) for detection and characterization of small gas-filled cavities or bubbles, especially, those which may serve as sites for cavitation and (B) for monitoring cavitation activity. For purposes (A), optical, electrical, and acoustical techniques are employed. For purposed (B), physical, chemical, or biological effects produced by the cavitation are assessed. Terminology is to be defined. Capabilities and limitations of the methods are to be discussed for various applications.

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