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An analytical formulation for the pressure recovery of two-phase flow across a sudden expansion was developed. The formulation takes into account the change in void fraction across the expansion, the pressure difference between the upstream flow and the downstream face of the expansion and the...
In this paper, the influence of the interfacial drag on the pressure loss of combined liquid and vapour flow through particulate porous media is investigated. Motivation for this is the coolability of fragmented corium which may be expected during a severe accident in a nuclear power plant....
In the paper the results of experimental studies directed on the effect of liquids’ properties (aqueous solutions of polymers and surfactants) on resistance of the flow through porous and fluidised beds, are presented. It was shown that the determination of the values of minimal fluidisation...
This study yielded a mathematical expression to calculate the pressure gradient (Δ P / L ) m of the flow of a spherical capsule train. An experimental investigation was carried out to determine pressure drops of two-phase mixture flow of spherical ice capsules and water inside the pipelines of...
Decreasing the gas flow-rate in an initially vertical upward annular dispersed pipe-flow, will eventually lead to a down-flow of liquid. The onset of this down-flow has been related in the literature to the presence of the dispersed phase and the instability of the liquid film. Here we...
The propagation speeds of linear waves in gas–solid suspensions depend strongly on the solids volume fraction and the wave frequency. The latter is due to gas–solid momentum transfer and allows a simple test on filtered gas–solid momentum transfer models. Such models may predict linear wave...
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