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Underwater explosion bubbles II, the effect of gravity and the change of shape.

by Ignace I. Kolodner

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Published by Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
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Open LibraryOL17870535M

Underwater explosion (Part I) © Henry Tan 1 Underwater Explosion 1 Introduction An underwater explosion is an explosion where the point of detonation is below the surface of the water. Underwater explosion are categorized in accordance with their depth beneath the water's surface, because this has a strong influence on their Size: KB. Bubble Shape Bubble shape varies with the diameter and this is caused by the varying drag forces. Radius cm ellipsoidal Motion and Velocity of Bubbles The regime of bubble motion varies considerably with the Reynolds number, Re = Ua γ (3)File Size: KB.

  Gravity isn’t affected at all by being underwater. Gravity is a pull between any two objects. But it’s very weak so it isn’t detectable unless one of the objects is huge — like the earth. The force of gravity is called the weight and depends on tw. This shift in the N=2 response mode frequency illustrates the added mass effect of the external fluid on the response of the submerged cylinder. Figure –9 through Figure –11 contain time history plots of the test cylinder strains obtained from the ABAQUS/Explicit analysis with experimental data for locations B1, C1, and A2.

Book Description. Modeling of Extreme Waves in Technology and Nature has analytically and numerically studied the formation and propagation of extreme waves of various physical and mechanical nature (surface, elastoplastic, fracture, thermal, evaporation) in liquid and solid media, and in structural elements contacting with bubble and cryogenic liquids. Decades Ago, the U.S. Military Set Off a Nuke Underwater, And It Went Very Badly Copy Link Facebook Twitter Reddit Flipboard Pocket The most destructive part of the blast was the cloud of.


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Underwater explosion bubbles II, the effect of gravity and the change of shape by Ignace I. Kolodner Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Underwater explosion bubbles II, the effect of gravity and the change of shape Underwater explosion bubbles II, the effect of gravity and the change of shape by Kolodner, Ignace I. Publication date Publisher New York: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York UniversityPages: “Underwater explosion bubbles II: The effect of gravity and the change of shape,” Technical Report IMM-NYUInstitute for Mathematics and Mechanics, New York University.

Google Scholar; Lamb, H.(). “ The early stages of a submarine explosion,” Philos. Mag. 45 (Ser. 6), – Google Scholar Crossref; Cited by: The first pressure wave is a shock. These waves are responsible for the damage caused by the explosion.

As the bubble oscillates it also rises and flattens due to gravity and the influence of neighboring surfaces, and it ultimately breaks up or vents.

2 10 d W = = ×, This can be treated as a shallow underwater explosion. Below are the phenomenon observed 2 seconds after the detonation of a shallow underwater nuclear explosion. • In a shallow underwater explosion, a bubble of intensely hot gases and steam is formed which will Underwater explosion bubbles II through the surface after detonation.

As a result, a File Size: KB. When the bubble reaches its maximum size, it is still kept nearly spherical. In the consequent collapsing phase, the effect of gravity is felt, and the jet impacts on the opposite bubble surface and a toroidal bubble is formed. The presence of free surface, structure and gravity effect can give rise to jet(s) formation during the bubble(s) by: 90 A.B.

Wardlaw, Jr. and H.U. Mair / Spherical solutions of an underwater explosion bubble 2. Solution methodology Two types of material descriptions are considered in this paper: compressible (Euler) and incompressible.

These methods have been assembled into the four dif-ferent models mentioned in the sec. It is found that the impact loads on floating body caused by underwater explosion bubble near the free surface can be divided into 3 components: bubble pulsation, jet impact, and slamming load of.

shock wave, bulk cavitation effects, gas bubble formation and dynamics, surface effects and shock wave refraction characteristics. Illustrations of each of these fundamental aspects of underwater explosion (UNDEX) loadings are made with a set of videos from a variety of experimental testing events.

Underwater Explosion Phenomena and Shock Physics to numerically investigate the dynamics of an underwater explosion bubble.

The bubble-water interfaces were captured by solving an interface. As the explosion bubble expands, a shock wave is sent out through the surrounding water medium, and an expansion wave travels towards the center of the explosion gases. Due to the detonation depth, the effects of gravity are negligible and thus ignored in the numerical by: MITIGATION OF UNDERWATER EXPLOSION EFFECTS BY BUBBLE CURTAINS: EXPERIMENTS AND MODELLING.

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IWVORD " UNDERWATER EXPLOS ION PHENOMENA: THE PARAMETERS OF MIGRATING BUBBLES by Hans G. Sr&. 41' ABSTRACT: The migration of underwater explosion bubbles caused by y '14• Cf •oyancy) affects the energ'y of the pulsation as well as per!-S.r mum radius in the second aad subsequent by: 6. A model for a moderately deep underwater explosion bubble was developed in inviscid and irrotational fluid.

Considering the effects of gravity, buoyancy, drag to the motion of bubble, the equations of motion (EOM) for bubble in inviscid and irrotational fluid near a free surface were established by introducing the potential-flow theory, energy equation and Hamilton : Jian Li, Ji Li Rong, Da Lin Xiang.

Excerpt from The Effect of Non-Spherical Shape on the Motion of a Rising Underwater Gas Bubble The problem under consideration is the motion of a pulsating gas bubble, produced by an underwater explosion, as influenced by the buoyant force due to gravitation. This problem was first considered by C.

Herring, using a perturbation : Paperback. Gel’Fand and Takayama pointed out that, in the underwater explosion test, the shock wave can ignore the gravity effect but the bubble pulsation must consider that.

According to the similarity criterion of underwater explosion model tests [ 11 ], Mach and Froude similitudes can be achieved simultaneously only when the gravity effect is : Qiusheng Wang, Shicong Liu, Haoran Lou.

Underwater shock wave and bubble pulse have been widely measured by pressure gauge using tourmaline crystal. However, maximum measurable pressure is limited to pressure lower than MPa, because tourmaline crystal is destroyed by high pressure generated due to.

Lightweight sandwich structures with highly porous 2D cores or 3D (three-dimensional) periodic cores can effectively withstand underwater explosion load. In most of the previous studies of sandwich structure antiblast dynamics, the underwater explosion (UNDEX) bubble phase was neglected.

As the UNDEX bubble load is one of the severest damage sources that may lead to structure large plastic Cited by: 3. Abstract. This paper presents a brief introduction to the basic fundamentals of underwater explosions, including discussion of the features of explosive charge detonation, the formation and characterization of the associated shock wave, bulk cavitation effects, gas bubble formation and dynamics, surface effects and shock wave refraction by: 8.

Here I have for you the "A heart for particles" After Effects and Trapcode Particular tutorial. I explain how I've created the teaser video with the heart shapes. This tutorial explains you how. Element 3D LED Text Reveal I After Effects I Tutorial I FREE Project file - Duration: bijo vargh views.Underwater explosions differ from in-air explosions due to the properties of water: Mass and incompressibility(all explosions)– water has a much higher densitythan air, which makes water harder to move (higher inertia).The ability of predicting material failure is essential for adequate structural dimensioning in every mechanical design.

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Exploring the case of underwater explosions, the Cited by: 4.