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Hydraulic descaling improvement, findings of jet structure on water hammer effect

  • M. Raudensky, A. Horak, J. Horsky, M. Pohanka and P. Kotrbacek...

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New dynamic features of the descaling process are reported, referring to the continuous water jet formed by the descaling nozzle in particular. A water jet is formed by clusters of droplets moving at high velocity. In the impact area, pressure peaks of several hundred MPa, lasting microseconds per peak are observed: this is described as the “water hammer” effect. This finding modifies most existing concepts of descaling and the impact on current theory is discussed.

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Hydraulic descaling improvement, findings of jet structure on water hammer effect

  • M. Raudensky, A. Horak, J. Horsky, M. Pohanka and P. Kotrbacek...

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