Deformation of Underground Deep Cavities in Rock Salts at Their Long-Term Operations

State-of-the-Art in Competitive Model Testing

Potential Flow Turbine and It's Application

A Parameter Study on Cavitation Performance of Francis Turbines

Cavitation Resonance in The Draft Tube of A Turbine

Fluid Mechanical Design of the Potential Flow Turbine

Troubleshooting for Efficiency Improvements and Life Extension in Kaplan Type Turbines

Testing Model for Predicting Spillway Cavitation Damage

Dinorwig Power Station—The Successful Solution to Cavitation Problems at Dinorwig Power Plant with the aid of the Polymeric Coatings

Hydraulics of a Jammed Sluice Gate

How to Improve Control of Flow and Reduce Cavitation

A New Basic Principle for a New Series of Hydraulic Measurements. Erosion by Abrasion, Corrosion, Cavitation and Sediment Concentration
The DECAVER is a novel apparatus able to make new measurements in various domains where an erosion is produced in an aqueous medium. It gives the erosion rate and the accumulated erosion....

The Use of Piezoelectric Film in Cavitation Research
A research program was conducted at the St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory to investigate impulse pressures caused by the collapse of transient cavitation bubbles. The impulse pressures...

Fission Product Distribution in Nuclear Test Cavities/Chimneys
When a nuclear device is exploded, residual radioactive material is distributed throughout the resulting underground cavity and rubble chimney. Refractory materials are more concentrated...

Diffusion of Sorbing and Non-Sorbing Radionuclides
Diffusion is considered one of the most important retardation mechanisms in fractured media. The diffusion experiments conducted involved solid tuff and groundwater from Yucca Mountain....

A Review of Fluid Movement in Compacted Clay: The Case of Macropore Flow
In constructing natural hydraulic barriers to infiltration, a typical design is one founded on the use of layers of compacted clay. Unfortunately, in analyzing the hydraulic performance...

Mechanism of Air Entrainment in Spillway Aerators
The mechanism of air entrainment in the Nappe over spillway aerators was investigated. Turbulence was identified as the main agent for aeration. It was found that Nappe underpressure influences...

An Experimental Investigation on the Cavitation Pressure Pulsations in the Draft Tube of a Turbine

Grinding Manipulator for Cavitation Repair

Cavitation Repair by Welding Without Gouging





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