Recent Examples of cavitation from the Web
As the hammer presses into the pocket, a cavitation bubble of air is released that rushes out from the claw at about 62 miles per hour.
This seemingly mundane appliance is actually a cavitation chamber.
Ninety minutes in the bath, set at a frequency of 40 kHz, gives the surface of each slice of potato micropockets made by cavitation bubbles, which create a maximally crispy exterior, post-frying.
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Origin and Etymology of cavitation
First Known Use: 1895See Words from the same year
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