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Experimental studies of supercavitating models moving at speeds in the range from 400 m/s to 1000 m/s revealed a regime of bouncing motion, in which the rear part of an axisymmetric body periodically bounces against the free boundaries of the supercavity. The impulsive force generated by the impacts is the main concern in this paper. The analysis is performed in the approximation of two-dimensional potential flow of an ideal and incompressible liquid with negligible surface tension effects. Thedoi:10.3390/math8020192 fatcat:mqsgrc2im5fzrhqngueev3okri