Jamal-Deen Kukurah, Anthony Akayeti, Joseph Sekyi-Ansah, James Kwasi Quaisie, Abdul-Hamid Mohammed, Philip Yamba, Bismark Addai
In this article, the near ball walls cavitation bubble dynamics, collapse characteristics and particle dynamics under cavitation bubble collapse impact are studied. To effectively solve the problems of agglomeration of fine particles and grinding limit in large-scale powder preparation by mechanical method. The preparation of fine particles by cavitating jet impingement coupled with abrasive media collision was studied. From a microscopic point of view, the relationship between the breakage of quartz grains and the collapse of the micro jet and shock wave was analyzed. And target distance on cavitation intensity. According to different factors, the effect of cavitation and crushing of quartz sand ball milling on cavitation intensity was studied. The characteristics of particle size distribution were analyzed. The results indicated that in the theoretical analysis, the single cavitation bubble near the spherical wall was studied, but it will be near the actual wall. There were multiple cavitation bubble interactions, so it was necessary to further study the interaction between poly cavitation bubbles.
cavitation bubble dynamics, impact, micro jet, intensity and spherical wall
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Jamal-Deen Kukurah, Anthony Akayeti, Joseph Sekyi-Ansah, James Kwasi Quaisie, Abdul-Hamid Mohammed, Philip Yamba, Bismark Addai. (2023) The Dynamics of Cavitation Bubble Collapse Impacting Fine Particles Near Spherical Wall. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 8, 62-71