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Inhibition of the ultrasonic microjet-pits on the carbon steel in the particles-water mixtures
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In the incubation period of ultrasonic
cavitation, due to the impact of microjets on the material surface, the needle-like microjet-pits are formed. Because the formation of microjet-pits relates with the evolution of cavitation
erosion on engineering materials, corresponding study will promote the understanding on the mechanism of cavitation
erosion. However, little study on the microjet-pits has been carried out, especially in the particles-water mixture. In this study, we firstly demonstrated the microjet-pits on the carbon steel would be significantly inhibited by Al particles in water. Such inhibition effect indicated that particular particles might not only provide growth sites for cavitation bubbles but also affect the collapse of cavitation bubbles near a solid surface. Our study deepened the understanding on the ultrasonic
erosion in the particles-water mixture.
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