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 Guoqiang Fu,Jiaolong Zhao,Liping Sun,et al.Experimental Investigation of the Characteristics of an Artificial Cavity During the Water-Exit of a Slender Body[J].Journal of Marine Science and Application,2018,(4):578-584.[doi:10.1007/s11804-018-00055-5]
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Experimental Investigation of the Characteristics of an Artificial Cavity During the Water-Exit of a Slender Body


Experimental Investigation of the Characteristics of an Artificial Cavity During the Water-Exit of a Slender Body
Guoqiang Fu1 Jiaolong Zhao2 Liping Sun1 Yang Lu1
Guoqiang Fu1 Jiaolong Zhao2 Liping Sun1 Yang Lu1
1 College of Shipbuilding Engineering, Harbin Engineering University, Harbin 150001, China;
2 Beijing Electro-mechanical Engineering Institute, Beijing 100074, China
Water-exitSlender bodyCavity developmentCavity collapseExperimental investigation
Experimental studies are carried out with slender bodies vertically exiting out of the water using a high-speed camera. The mechanisms for the formation, development, and collapse of the cavity around the slender body are explored. The dynamic characteristics of the shoulder cavity and the trail cavity during the water-exit of low-speed bodies are analyzed for various water depths and initial velocities. The results show that the initial velocity has a great influence on the formation, development, and collapse of the cavity. The length and the thickness of the shoulder cavity vary non-linearly with the depth.


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Corresponding author:Guoqiang Fu,fuguoqiang@hrbeu.edu.cn
Last Update: 2019-03-05