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High Pressure Annular Two-Phase Flow in a Narrow Duct: Part II—Three-Field Modeling

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Ranganathan Kumar

Lockheed Martin Corporation, Schenectady, NY 12301

Thomas A. Trabold

Xerox Corporation, Rochester, NY 14580

J. Fluids Eng 122(2), 375-384 (Jan 25, 2000) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.483267 History: Received December 04, 1998; Revised January 25, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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Schematic of the computational grid across the interface
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Comparison of average interfacial shear stress between one-dimensional and two-dimensional analysis
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(a) Contour plots of volume fraction in each field; (b) corresponding average volume fraction profiles along the streamwise direction and comparison with GDS data
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Comparison of model predictions with experiments. Case 1: P=1.4 MPa;w=532 kg/hr;ᾱ=0.8.
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Comparison of model predictions with experiments. Case 2: P=1.4 MPa;w=532 kg/hr;ᾱ=0.95.
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Comparison of model predictions with experiments. Case 3: P=1.4 MPa;w=1064 kg/hr;ᾱ=0.95.
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Comparison of model predictions with experiments. Case 4: P=2.4 MPa;w=106 kg/hr;ᾱ=0.94.
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Comparison of model predictions with experiments. Case 5: P=2.4 MPa;w=106 kg/hr;ᾱ=0.90.
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Comparison of model predictions with experiments. Case 6: P=2.4 MPa;w=266 kg/hr;ᾱ=0.92.
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Comparison of model predictions with experiments. Case 7: P=2.4 MPa;w=532 kg/hr;ᾱ=0.94.
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Comparison of model predictions with experiments. Case 8: P=2.4 MPa;w=1064 kg/hr;ᾱ=0.90.

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