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Author: International Colloquium on Two-Phase Flow Instrumentation,Marland L. Stanley
ISBN13: 978-0876646991
Title: Two-Phase Flow Measurement: Principles, Designs and Applications (Technical Report of an International Colloquium on Two-Phase instrumentatioN Serie)
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Publisher: Isa (December 1, 1982)
Pages: 534

Two-Phase Flow Measurement: Principles, Designs and Applications (Technical Report of an International Colloquium on Two-Phase instrumentatioN Serie) by International Colloquium on Two-Phase Flow Instrumentation,Marland L. Stanley



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PDF The measurement of two-phase flow quantities is essential for the understanding of many technical processes, especially reactor system behaviour under accident conditions, and is also a prerequisite for proper code modelling and verification. The measurement of two-phase flow quantities is essential for the understanding of many technical processes, especially reactor system behaviour under accident conditions, and is also a prerequisite for proper code modelling and verification.

These quanities are useful in some applications involving two-phase flow. In the preliminary measurements of the unsteady momentum flux for the adiabatic up flow of an air-water mixture in a 5/8 inch pipe, the greatest unsteadiness of momentum flux appeared in the quality range of one per cent to six per cent. Above ten per cent quality no appreciable fluctuation has been detected. In an example problem, using the preliminary results, the effect of the unsteady momentum flux on a fuel rod has been studied. The amplitude of the vibrations resulting from the two-phase excitation has been found.

IMEKO-International Measurement Federation Secretariat . Technical Publication Flow Meter Selection for Improved Gas Flow Measurements: Comparison of Differential Pressure and Thermal Dispersion Technologies Art Womack, Sr. Applications Engineer Fluid Components. FLOW MEASUREMENT 200 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE DERIVATION OF AN EXPANSIBILITY FACTOR FOR THE V-CONE METER Dr D G Stewart, NEL Dr M Reader-Harris, NEL Dr R J W Peters, McCrometer Inc INTRODUCTION The V-Cone.

Text provides a treatment of the fundamental principles of two-phase flow and shows how to apply the principles to a variety of homogenous mixture as well as separated liquid-liquid, gas-solid, liquid-solid, and gas-liquid flow problems; which may be steady or transient, laminar or turbulent. For graduate students.

Two-phase gas-particle flow structure and heat transfer in high speed flow over a blunt body A. Volkov, Yu. Tsirkunov and B. Oesterle I-481. Simultaneous measurement of the local solid phase velocity and the local solid hold-up in a three-phase flow using an X-ray based method U. Kertzscher, A. Seeger, K. Affeld and E. Wellnhofer II-767. Application of ultrasonic Doppler method for bubbly flow measurement. using two ultrasonic frequencies H. Murakawa, H. Kikura and M. Aritomi II-773. Velocity bias and concentration fluctuations in two-phase flow applications. of phase Doppler particle analysis: A post-processing algorithm T. Bergenblock and B. Leckner II-843. Foam drainage characterization by using impedance methods.

The working principles and the configurations of instruments for void fraction measurements, flow visualization and velocity measurements are presented; in detail: radiation attenuation, optical and electrical impedance techniques for void fraction measurement; tomographic and time-average visualization techniques; velocity measurements from signal cross-correlation, hot film anemometry, particle image velocimetry.

Cross correlation technique are ideally suited to the measurement of multi-phase flows while I. INTRODUCTION providing more information on the flow than traditional A new generation of asurement measurement instrumentation.