Development of a multichannel data acquisition and analysis software for the experimental investigation of cavitating flows in pumps

Bilgen, İsmail Hakkı


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İ. H. Bilgen, “Development of a multichannel data acquisition and analysis software for the experimental investigation of cavitating flows in pumps,” Middle East Technical University, 1994.