Characterization and Determination of Erosion Resistance

    Committee G-2
    Published: 1970

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    This publication is a collection of most of the papers presented at the Symposium on Characterization and Determination of Erosion Resistance, organized by Committee G02 on Erosion by Cavitation or Impingement in co-operation with the U. S. Office of Naval Research, at the Seventy-second Annual Meeting of the American Society for Testing and Materials held at Atlantic City, N. J., 22-27 June 1969. A Thiruvengadam, Hydronautics Inc., now at Catholic University of America, presided as chairman of the symposium, and F. J. Heyman, Westinghouse Electric Corp., presided as co-chairman of the symposium.

    Table of Contents

    Heymann F., Thiruvengadam A.













    Cavitation and Impact Erosion—Concepts, Correlations, Controversies
    Eisenberg P.

    Environmentally Controlled Cavitation Test (Improvements in a Cavitating Film Erosion Test)
    Hobbs J., Rachman D.

    Cavitation Damage Mechanism and Its Correlation to Physical Properties of Material
    Hirotsu M.

    Effect of Temperature and Pressure on Cavitation Damage in Sodium
    Johnston J., Young S.

    Vibratory Tests in Water on the Combined Action of Cavitation and Corrosion
    Schulmeister R.

    Comparison of Erosion Resistance of Standard Steam Turbine Blade and Shield Materials on Four Test Rigs
    Elliott D., Marriott J., Smith A.

    Cavitation Erosion of a Ship Model Propeller
    van der Meulen J.

    Some Observations on Erosion by Cavitation and Impingement
    Gould G.

    Toward Quantitative Prediction of Liquid Impact Erosion
    Heymann F.

    Experimental and Analytical Investigations on Liquid Impact Erosion
    Gunasekaran M., Rudy S., Thiruvengadam A.

    A Statistically Verified Model for Correlating Volume Loss Due to Cavitation or Liquid Impingement
    Hammitt F., Huang Y., Kling C., Mitchell T., Solomon L.

    Erosion Rate-Velocity Dependence for Materials at Supersonic Speeds
    Schmitt G.

    Rain and Sand Erosion, Phenomena of Material Destruction Caused by Repeated Loads
    Herbert W., Hoff G., Rieger H.

    Hydrodynamic Model of Correlation of Metal Removal Rates from Repetitive Drop Impact
    Pouchot W.

    Analogy Between Erosion Damage and Pitting of Machine Component Surfaces
    Kozirev S.

    Cavitation Damage Resistance and Adhesion of Polymeric Overlay Materials
    Lichtman J.

    Committee: G02

    DOI: 10.1520/STP474-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4589-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0029-9

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