cavitation resistance inducer

cavitation resistance inducer

[‚kav·ə¦tā·shən ri′sis·təns in‚dü·sər]
(mechanical engineering)
In liquid flows through rotating machinery, an axial flow pump with high-solidity blades that is used in front of a main pump in order to increase the inlet head and thereby prevent cavitation in the downstream impeller.
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