Validation of Hyperbolic Model for Water-Hammer in Deformable Pipes

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E. Hadj-Taı̈eb

Department of Mechanical Engineering, ENIS, BP. W Sfax, Tunisia 3038

T. Lili

Physical Department of Sciences, Campus Universitaire Tunis, Tunisia

J. Fluids Eng 122(1), 57-64 (Aug 02, 1999) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.483227 History: Received April 02, 1998; Revised August 02, 1999
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The characteristic lines in the x,t plane
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Finite differences scheme
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Schematic of experiment
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Experimental pressure variations 6
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Computed pressure curves: (– ) finite differences S01 scheme; (–) characteristics method; ([[dotted_line]]) Chaudry et al. experimental results 6
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The calculated wave paths
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Computed pressure curves by finite differences S01 scheme



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