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ANNOUNCEMENT

Interested in Cavitation Erosion? OPEN ACCESS

J. Fluids Eng 129(6), 811 (Jun 01, 2007) (1 page) doi:10.1115/1.2750331 History:
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ASTM's Subcommittee G02.10 on Erosion would like to hear from you if you have any interest in cavitation erosion testing. Do you (or your organization):

  • Use (or have used) ASTM Method G 32 for cavitation erosion testing?
  • Use (or have used) any other cavitation erosion, or liquid impingement erosion, test method? (For example, ASTM G 73 or G 134.)
  • Have any concern with cavitation erosion as a field problem or research topic?

If any of above apply, please contact the following with a brief explanation:

  • Frank J. Heymann, task group chairman
  • 25 Thornton Way # 205, Brunswick, ME 04011, USA
  • Email: marseah@gwi.net
  • Phone: 207-725-7073

The objective of this effort is to help us determine the degree of interest in, and importance of, cavitation erosion test methods at the present time. If you respond, we will send you a questionnaire and hope you will be willing to reply to that also!

Paul A. Swanson

Subcommittee G02.10 chairman

Copyright © 2007 by American Society of Mechanical Engineers
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