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The erosion and the corresponding self-resonating oscillations of the cavitating jet were experimentally investigated on the oblique surfaces. To evaluate the intensities of erosion and self-resonating oscillations of the jet, mass loss, surface morphology of the eroded specimens, upstream fluctuating pressure and unsteady cavitation noise were obtained at a series of stand-off distance ratios l d / d t in the cases where the oblique angles are α = 0°, 5°, 15° and 30°. In the low l d / d tdoi:10.3390/en13102563 fatcat:vh6kwtqcafdm7b4kovu6xyhnz4