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The present work investigates the evaporation process from a liquid meniscus formed in capillary tubes of various sizes. A very strong convection within the liquid phase is observed; it is proposed that the non-uniform evaporation from the meniscus leads to a temperature gradient along the...
In order to increase data on two-phase flow distribution in a multi-subchannel system, being similar to a rod bundle, experiments have been carried out using water and air at ambient pressure and temperature as the working fluids and a newly constructed 2 × 3 rod bundle channel as the test...
Interparticle collision is an important phenomenon in the mechanics of two-phase flow. Most past researches on this problem have been based on the analogy with kinetic theory of gases with few experimental validations of the results. While this paper presents the directly measured experimental...
The present paper contains a detailed study of shock wave reflection from a wedge placed in various suspensions. In past works, the incident shock propagated initially in pure gas and the suspension started only at the leading edge of the deflecting wedge. However, in the present case the entire...
Experiments of drag reduction in a horizontal, two-phase, annular flow are presented. The experiments were conducted in a high-pressure gas-condensate flow in 19 mm diameter pipe. The drag reducers were high molecular weight poly-alpha-olefin polymers. Motivated by the results of flow...
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