ON STABILITY AND VOLUME OF MARINE PROPELLER CAVITATION AND CORRESPONDING SPECTRAL DISTRIBUTION IN HULL PRESSURE FIELDS
Full scale investigations of propeller cavitation are necessary to identify important basic mechanisms causing vibrations as well as blade and nozzle erosion. Development of more advanced theoretical methods and model test procedures, including scale effects, require full scale correlation data. The main object of this paper is primarily to throw more light on our ability to produce equipment which can detect the phenomena stated: Blade cavity thickness; Time variations of blade cavitation; Amplitudes of propeller induced pressure fluctuations, - stability, phase relationship and spectral distributions and Natural ventilation of cavitation.
- Symposium on High Powered Propulsion of Large Ships, Part 1, December 10-13, 1974, Wageningen, Netherlands. Entire proceedings-2 volumes, 26 papers-available for $21.00.
Netherlands Ship Model BasinHaagsteed 2, P.O. Box 28
- Holden, K
- Sontvedt, T
- Ofsti, O
- Publication Date: 1974-12
- Features: References;
- Pagination: 32 p.
- TRT Terms: Cavitation (Mechanics); Cavitation erosion; Hulls; Propellers; Spectrum analysis
- Old TRIS Terms: Hull propeller interaction
- Subject Areas: Marine Transportation; Vehicles and Equipment;
- Accession Number: 00128929
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Netherlands Ship Model Basin
- Report/Paper Numbers: No. 490
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Feb 4 1976 12:00AM