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Two-phase Flow in Jet Pumps for Different Liquids

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S. Mikhail

Mechanical Power Engineering Department,  Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt

Hesham A. Abdou

 Agiba Petroleum Co., Cairo, Egypt

J. Fluids Eng 127(5), 1038-1042 (Sep 01, 2005) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1990203 History:

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Figure 1

M versus N at constant viscosity ratio and variable density ratio

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Figure 2

Variation of M, N, and best efficiency with different density ratio

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M versus N at constant density ratio and variable viscosity ratio

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Figure 4

Variation of M, N, and best efficiency with different viscosity ratio

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Figure 5

Diagrammatic sketch of test rig

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Figure 6

Experimental jet pump performance: (A) water/water; (B) water/light oil; (C) water/heavy oil

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Experimental against theoretical jet pump performance: (A) water/water and (B) water/light oil

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Figure 8

Pressure distribution along the jet pump

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