Two-phase velocity measurements around cylinders using particle image velocimetry
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The Particle Image Velocimetry flow measurement technique was used to study both single-phase flow and two-phase flow across a cylindrical rod inserted in a channel. First, a flow consisting of only a single-phase fluid was studied. The experiment consisted of running a laminar flow over four rods inserted in a channel. The water flow rate was 126 cm3/s. Then a two-phase flow was studied. A mixture of water and small air bubbles was used. The water flow rate was 378 cm3/s and the air flow rate was approximately 30 cm3/s. The data was analyzed to obtain the velocity fields for both experiments.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Heat Transfer Division, (Publication) HTD
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Hassan, Y. A., Okamoto, K., Philip, O. G., & Schmidl, W. D.
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Hassan, YA||Okamoto, K||Philip, OG||Schmidl, WD