Formation of Air Core in Nozzles With Tangential Entry

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S. K. Dash, M. R. Halder, S. K. Som

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, 721 302, India

M. Peric

Fluiddynamics and Ship Theory Section, Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Lämmersieth 90, 22305 Hamburg, Germany

J. Fluids Eng 123(4), 829-835 (Aug 10, 2001) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1412845 History: Received June 27, 2001; Revised August 10, 2001
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Geometry of the cylindrical (upper) and conical (lower) nozzle used in experimental and numerical investigations of air-core formation (dimensions are given in millimeters; arrows indicate water flow direction)
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A control volume in a two-dimensional grid with cell-wise local refinement and the notation used
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A photograph of air core in the conical nozzle, also showing the spreading of annular water jet at nozzle exit
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A photograph of air core in the cylindrical nozzle, showing a helical shape with two main twists and some secondary disturbance
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Numerical grid (coarse) used for the simulation of flow in the conical nozzle, indicating local refinement near inlet, nozzle throat, exit section, and air core region
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Computed pressure distribution in the nozzle (lowest at symmetry line, largest at outer wall)
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Computed axial velocity within conical nozzle
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Computed distribution of circumferential velocity in the nozzle
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Computed free surface shape in a cross-section through the conical nozzle
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Numerical grid used to compute the flow in a cylindrical nozzle, also showing distribution of water and air at nozzle exit
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Development of air core during the filling of the nozzle: distribution of water and air with velocity vectors in a longitudinal cross-section through the nozzle at four time instants, 500 time steps apart.
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The computed shape of the air core in a cylindrical nozzle




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