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Experimental Study of Planing Motion of a Cylinder Along the Nearly Axisymmetric Supercavity Surface

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The aim and essence of this study is research of planing motion of an axisymmetrical cylindrical body along the cavity surface formed behind an axisymmetrical cavitator at some angle of attack, with the focus made on the study and analysis of the processes of interaction between the planing and cavity surfaces, including the development of robust methods for determining the forces and the cavity shape in the zone of this interaction and behind the planing surface.

Introduction
Technique of Experimental Studies
Dependences for Experimental Data Processing and Analysis
Experimental Results: Processing and Analysis
Conclusion
Acknowledgements
References
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