Model Study of the Water Pressure Distribution in a Crack When Impacted by a High Pressure Water Jet
A high pressure water jet has proven to be a very effective tool for the disintegration of materials especially those which have a blocky structure. To gain a better understanding of material disintegration, a model study of water jet action on material discontinuities has been carried out and the pressure distribution inside a gap, designed to simulate a representative microcrack in the material, has been recorded. This study provides information on hydrowedge creation and high pressure jet injection into materials during failure.
M. Mazurkiewicz et al., "Model Study of the Water Pressure Distribution in a Crack When Impacted by a High Pressure Water Jet," Papers Presented at the 8th International Symposium on Jet Cutting Technology, BHRA, Cranfield, England, Jan 1986.
8th International Symposium on Jet Cutting Technology.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
BHRA Fluid Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
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