Theoretical and experimental study of bubbly gas-water two phase flows through a Universal Venturi Tube (UVT)
Hadawey, A, Hasan, A, Al-Wahaibi, Y, Abdul-Karem, W and Al-Raheem, KF (2012). Theoretical and experimental study of bubbly gas-water two phase flows through a Universal Venturi Tube (UVT). International Journal of Information Science and Engineering. 2 (1), pp. 43-58.
|Authors||Hadawey, A, Hasan, A, Al-Wahaibi, Y, Abdul-Karem, W and Al-Raheem, KF|
Unlike single phase flows, the relationship between the phase flow rate and the pressure drop across a differential pressure device (e.g. Venturi) in multiphase flow measurements is not simple and should include the phase volume fractions or the mass flow quality. The research described in this paper studies the bubbly gas-water two phase flows through a universal Venturi tube. The bubbly flow is assumed to be homogenous in which the two phases are moved with the same velocity (i.e. the slip ratio is unity).
|Journal||International Journal of Information Science and Engineering|
|Journal citation||2 (1), pp. 43-58|
|01 Jul 2012|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||29 Nov 2018|
|Accepted||04 Jun 2012|
|Accepted author manuscript|
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