Acoustic recordings of air entrainment produced by a circular plunging water jet at three different jet velocities.

The experimental apparatus consisted of a vertical circular jet issuing water from a 0.025-m diameter nozzle into a receiving channel filled with water. Underwater acoustics were measured with a hydrophone connected to a charge amplifier. The signal was recorded on Digital Audio Tape (DAT) which digitised the signal at 44.1 kHz.

Each acoustic recording is available in Waveform Audio File (WAV) format.

See Also
Collection Measurements of Air Entrainment in the Developing Flow Region of Plunging Jets
Collectors
Party Professor Hubert Chanson
air bubble entrainment   gas-liquid interface   jet flows   240501   290800   290802  

The data is the property of The University of Queensland. The data is available online under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial 3.0 Australia License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au Users of the data must attribute Hubert Chanson, Richard Manasseh and the University of Queensland

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