Effects of cavitation on underwater shock loading: Plane problem, Part 1
Newton, Robert Eugene
MetadataShow full item record
Development and testing of a finite element program for shockinduced cavitation is described. A displacement potential func tion is _the dependent variable used. Graphical output is presented for an encounter which induces repeated cavitation.
NPS Report NumberNPS-69-79-007PR
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Kulas, Mary-Anne; Green, W. Paul; Taleff, Eric M.; Krajewski, Paul E.; McNelley, Terry R. (2006);The mechanisms of tensile failure in four 5083 aluminum sheet materials are evaluated under conditions of interest for superplastic and quick-plastic forming. Two mechanisms are shown to control failure of the AA5083 ...
Bruce, Robert L.; Middleton, Robert D. (1987-12);Transient cavitation produced by pulsed ultrasound in the MHz range has been investigated. First, a theoretical background which develops bubble motion in general and focuses specifically on transient cavitation is ...
Santiago, Leonard D. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1996-09);A surface ship subjected to an underwater explosion is exposed to shock waves over a short period of time which can vary in magnitude based on charge type, size, and location. The energy of those waves impinging upon the ...