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Cocurrent gas-liquid flow

International Symposium on Research in Cocurrent Gas-Liquid Flow (1968 University of Waterloo)

Cocurrent gas-liquid flow

proceedings : proceedings on an International Symposium on Research in Cocurrent Gas-Liquid Flow held at the University of Waterloo, September 18-19, 1968

by International Symposium on Research in Cocurrent Gas-Liquid Flow (1968 University of Waterloo)

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Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat -- Transmission -- Congresses,
  • Hydrodynamics -- Congresses,
  • Mass transfer -- Congresses,
  • Two-phase flow -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Edward Rhodes and Donald S. Scott.
    SeriesSymposium series of the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering -- no.1
    ContributionsRhodes, Edward, 1938-,, Scott, Donald S., 1922-, University of Waterloo., Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC145 I66 1968
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 698 p. :
    Number of Pages698
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21409131M

    Theoretically a similar system could exist or be constructed for heat exchange. Throughout the course of the book virtually all of the published literature on the subject has been cited and much of it has been systematically incorporated in the exposition of fundamentals and applications. King, M. Following similar approaches, Barnea has produced a unified model for flow pattern transitions for the whole range of pipe inclinations. Jisong Zhang, Andrew R.

    Local Cocurrent gas-liquid flow book heat transfer coefficients and interface shear stress were obtained from mass and force balances. In addition, interfacial wave structures are measured locally by means of contact probes, from which wave frequencies and spectral analyses can be deduced. The incoming and outgoing tubes do not touch each other. Countercurrent multiplication loop[ edit ] Counter current multiplication loop diagram A countercurrent multiplication loop is a system where fluid flows in a loop so that the entrance and exit are at similar low concentration of a dissolved substance but at the far end of the loop there is a high concentration of that substance. Bonizzi, M.

    Figure 5. Countercurrent exchange of heat in organisms[ edit ] The arterial and deep vein blood supply to the human arm. Our parameterization of wave-state influences on surface drag has been submitted for inclusion in the next publicly available release. Bartberger, Emilio E. Spray towers have been used to remove these highly soluble compounds.


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For example, this could be transferring heat from a hot flow of liquid to a cold one, or transferring the concentration of a dissolved solute from a high concentration flow of liquid to a low concentration flow.

Countercurrent exchange

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Higher particle-collection efficiencies can be achieved in such cases since collection mechanisms other than inertial impaction occur. Consider the following example of a heat exchanger operated under identical conditions as a counter flow and then a parallel flow heat exchanger.

Multi-phase Science and Technology, 21 3 Graduate students and academic researchers working in this field will therefore find the book invaluable. Karim, Yong Wang.

Dissertation, Illinois Institute of Technology Marchino, P. Countercurrent exchange is used extensively in biological systems for a wide variety of purposes. For maximum heat transfer, the average specific heat capacity and the mass flow rate must be the same for each stream.

Jao, in Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, Vol.

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Regenerative heat exchangers are usually found in high temperature systems where a portion of the system's fluid is removed from the main process, and then returned.

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The higher the flow velocity is, the more possible this phenomenon occurs. Pressure drop and liquid saturation accompanying two-phase concurrent flow have been studied in a voriety of packings and with gas-liquid systems having a wide range of fluid proper- ties.

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However, book will also be a valuable source to researchers, not only to new readers coming to the subject for the first time, but also to those more experienced who will gain new insights from its contents.The traditional approach for two-phase flow prediction was based on the development of an empirical correlation from experimental data.

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