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The paper presents the some results of theoretical and experimental research of axisymmetric supercavity flow formed by a ring type wing. These flows are known as Lighthill-Shushpanov ones. It has been simulated by distribution of the vortex singularities on combination the “body-ring wing-cavity” surface. Numerical solutions of a set of integral-differential equations were obtained using a spline function for the cavity shape with positive and negative cavitation numbers. The results of the cavitation experimental testing have been cited as an example of the new methods of the cavity formation.
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- Controlled Supercavitation Formed by a Ring Type Wing
Vladislav P. Makhrov
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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