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Old   October 31, 2013, 19:58
Default Cavitation detection in machinery
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Can someone please give me an insight as to what the latest techniques used to measure the cavitation on blades of pumps/turbines are? Are the any radio-isotope spectral methods to detect erosion/pitting? is sonoluminescence even observed in high speed machinery? Any other methods/ suggestions/links to sources are appreciated

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