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Old   July 29, 2020, 09:24
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I wanted to see if there is a formula for calculating the distance for a bubble in fluid to determine the maximum cavitation/collapse distance for a gas exiting an orifice. i.e. If I pump air underwater, what is the distance from an orifice that the bubble will collapse? The gas pressure can be variable and the orifice size can be variable.
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