The destruction of rock by cavitation processes will be examined using a monograph and accompanying software written for evaluating man-made structures. Starting with actual damaging conditions in eight dam structures, the software will be stretched towards examining cavitation potential in simulated natural stream channels during catastrophic flood conditions.
Creationism, cavitation, processes, floods, catastrophic
Volume 2:II, Pages 101-114
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Holroyd, Edmond W.
"Cavitation Processes During Catastrophic Floods,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2, Article 45.
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