Without sufficient NPSH, a self-priming centrifugal pump can cavitate
and lose prime.
This would make the pump cavitate
and stop the pump.
Some other designs use a horizontal shock damper but the damper is under-sized and the fluid can cavitate
and lose its effectiveness.
This unusual presentation is marked by the presence of one or more nodules that may or may not cavitate
PCLH is characterized by peribronchiolar proliferation of Langerhans cells, forming stellate nodules that cavitate
and form cysts.
Trim the engine/outdrive up and the bow rises--too much, and the hull can porpoise and the props aerate or cavitate
They may be nonspecific and have various sizes and frequently cavitate
(1), (3), (4).
If it had been over 2,000, the hydraulics would cavitate
, causing vapor bubbles to form in the pump.
8) squamous-cell carcinoma is the most common histological type of lung cancer to cavitate
(82% of cavitary primary lung cancer, Figure 1), followed by adenocarcinoma (Figure 2) and large cell carcinoma.
This may cause the feed pump to cavitate
and ultimately fail, therefore providing insufficient feed water to the boiler.
The lack of fluid had caused the hydraulic pump to cavitate
, overheat and catch fire, which forced an emergency landing in Iraq.
The microspheres, developed by ImaRx Therapeutics, are tiny gas-filled lipid structures that cavitate
(rapidly expand and collapse) when exposed to ultrasound waves, helping to reopen blocked arteries and restore blood flow.