Originally published in 3 parts from May 1963 to Jan. 1966.
|Other titles||Two-phase gas-liquid flow literature.|
|Statement||[by] S. William Gouse, Jr.|
|Series||M.I.T. report -- no. 9.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 867 p.|
|Number of Pages||867|
Genre/Form: Indexes: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gouse, S. William, Index to the two-phase gas-liquid flow literature. Cambridge, Mass., M.I.T. An Index to the Two-Phase Gas-Liquid Flow Literature [Gouse, S. William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An Index to the Two-Phase Gas-Liquid Flow LiteratureCited by: This index to the Two-Phase Gas-Liquid Flow literature represents an extensive search of the unclassified literature on certain types of two-phase gas-liquid flow phenomena and presents the results of this literature search in a useful form. A total of 5, separate citations were listed and indexed. Two-Phase Gas/Liquid Pipe Flow Ron Darby PhD, PE (or holdup) in the literature. Hughmark () slip correlation Either horizontal or vertical flow: where GL GL for Two-Phase Gas/Liquid Flow”, Proceedings of the Process Plant -Two-Phase Gas/Liquid Pipe Flow.
The expressions available for the two-phase gas-liquid viscosity are mostly of an empirical nature as a function of mass quality (x). The liquid and gas are presumed to be uniformly mixed due to the homogeneous flow. The possible definitions for the viscosity Cited by: 9. In the normal healthy lung, clearance of airway secretions occurs by way of a complex process of mucociliary transport known as the 'mucociliary escalator'. . Summary This graduate text provides a unified treatment of the fundamental principles of two-phase flow and shows how to apply the principles to a variety of homogeneous mixture as well as separated liquid-liquid, gas-solid, liquid-solid, and gas-liquid flow problems, which may be . Multiphase Flow Book • Edited by: Akimi Serizawa, Tohru Fukano and Jean Bataille Real-Time Cross-Sectional Averaged Void Fraction Measurements in Vertical Annulus Gas-Liquid Two-Phase Flow by Neutron Radiography and X-ray Tomography Techniques It is intended that this volume will serve as a major source of literature for.
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