PPCT

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Pulsed Pressure Cavitation Technique (PPCT) is a method to simulate cavitation damage using repetitive pressure pulses.[1] It is developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.[2]

The major components of PPCT include a repetitive pulse source and a testing chamber. For examples, a pulsed laser source can be used to generate large shock waves in a confined space. The shock waves then can induce cavitating bubbles.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ F. Ren, J-A. Wang, and H. Wang, “An alternative approach for cavitation damage study using a novel repetitive-pressure-pulse apparatus”, Wear 270[1-2]: 115-119 (2010).
  2. ^ J-A. Wang, F. Ren, and Y. Liu, “Repetitive Pressure-Pulse Apparatus and Method for Cavitation Damage Research”, US Patent, pending.
  3. ^ J-A. Wang, F. Ren, and H. Wang, “Cavitation damage study via a novel repetitive pressure pulse approach”, in Proceedings of the ASME 2010 Pressure Vessels and Piping Conferences, paper no. PVP2010-26102, pp. 217-222 (2010).