Pressure Propagation of Impinging Jet with Cavitation by Numerical Analysis

Daisei Kanamori, Fumihiro Inoue, Yutaka Ota

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    In recent years, cavitating jet has attracted attention as an application of water jet technology. In its application, it is important to clarify the jet flow structure and the behavior of bubble cloud collapse. Therefore, in order to visualize the cavitating jet flow structure and elucidate the behavior of collapsing of cavitation bubble clouds, we conducted numerical simulations with gas-liquid two-phase media model. We validated the numerical model by comparing the numerical results with the theoretical and experimental results and had a good agreement. In the case of gas-liquid two-phase free jet, cavitation bubble clouds emit periodically and transfer at a regular speed. And some bubble clouds merge with a preceding bubble clouds. Comparing with liquid single-phase jet, the core region is maintained to the further downstream and we show the usefulness of the cavitating jet. In the case of gas-liquid two-phase impinging jet, after a cavitation bubble cloud collides with wall, it is broken by applying pressure and generates a shock wave. At this time, the impact pressure becomes maximum. Thereafter, the shock wave affects other cavitation bubble clouds and break these. The collapsed cavitation bubble cloud rebounds and collapses again near the collision wall surface.

    Original languageEnglish
    Article number012019
    JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
    Volume249
    Issue number1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2017 Oct 16
    Event14th International Conference on Fluid Control, Measurements and Visualization, FLUCOME 2017 - Notre Dame, United States
    Duration: 2017 Oct 82017 Oct 12

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    Cavitation
    Numerical analysis
    Bubbles (in fluids)
    Gases
    Liquids
    Flow structure
    Shock waves
    Numerical models
    Water
    Computer simulation

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Materials Science(all)
    • Engineering(all)

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    Pressure Propagation of Impinging Jet with Cavitation by Numerical Analysis. / Kanamori, Daisei; Inoue, Fumihiro; Ota, Yutaka.

    In: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 249, No. 1, 012019, 16.10.2017.

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