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  • Evaluation of cyclone geometry and its influence on ...

    Evaluation of cyclone geometry and its influence on performance parameters by computational fluid dynamics (CFD) W. P ... Smagorinsky model can be thought of as combining the Reynolds averaging assumptions given by L ij + C ij = 0 with a mixing length-based eddy …

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  • Influence of a Mixing-Jet on Film Cooling

    An experimental analysis of the slot film cooling performance downstream of a mixing jet has been performed. The mixing jet was blown into the main flow at a position five jet diameters downstream of the slot exit. Flow visualizations of the jet and of the cooling film are presented for blowing rates of 1 and 2 with jet momentum rates of 7 and 10.

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  • 'Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors: Evaluation of Geometry ...

    Finally, the influence of surface chemistry on biofilm attachment and performance was tested by facilitating biofilm growth on freely floating nylon and high-density polyethylene. Results indicate that organisms grown on more protected, sheltered carrier media respond to changes in mixing more rapidly than those on open and exposed media design.

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  • Mixing and Transport in Coastal River Plumes

    2019-10-25 · Mixing and Transport in Coastal River Plumes. 1 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195; email: [email protected] River plumes are generated by the flow of buoyant river water into the coastal ocean, where they significantly influence water properties and circulation.

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  • Mixing Enhancement in Simple Geometry Microchannels ...

    2008-5-12 · While mixing is good in all six cases, we demonstrate that the best results occur when both inlets are pulsed 90 degrees out of phase in the “T” geometry. In all six cases, the interface is shown to stretch, retain two folds, and sweep through the confluence zone, leading to good mixing within 2 mm downstream of the confluence, i.e. about 1 ...

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  • Influence of turbulent fluctuations on detonation ...

    Instead, these pockets mix and burn, on their surfaces, along turbulent shear layers. Owing to shock compression associated with the passage of transverse shock waves, these shear layers experience increased burning rates through turbulent mixing of the burned and unburned gases via Richtmyer–Meshkov instability.

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  • Influence of Laser Power and Scanning Speed on the ...

    One of the well-known methods for increasing wear resistance, especially for friction pairs, is surfacing wear-resistant materials on the working surfaces of mating parts [1, 2, 3]. Less expensive grades of steel can be used as the main material in the manufacture of parts, and the surfacing materials in this case must have increased characteristics: mechanical, corrosion and radiation ...

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  • Frontiers

    2021-8-5 · Congenital heart disease is the most common birth defect and functionally univentricular heart defects represent the most severe end of this spectrum. The Fontan circulation provides an unique solution for single ventricle patients, by connecting both caval veins directly to the pulmonary arteries. As a result, the pulmonary circulation in Fontan palliated patients is characterized by a ...

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  • Why Structural Fiber is the Smart Choice for Thin Concrete ...

    2021-8-23 · Therefore, consideration of fiber geometry and stiffness when choosing fibers for concrete overlays often becomes an economic choice, where the designer must balance cost, workability, and performance. Regarding the influence of the material on the residual strength, steel fibers often outperformed synthetic fibers by a significant margin.

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  • The Limits Of Compression Ratio

    2013-3-25 · President, Frankland Plastics Consulting, LLC. You have probably heard the terms 2:1, 3:1, and so on in describing single screws. These numbers refer to the compression ratio (C/R) of the screw, which is the ratio of the feed depth to the metering depth. Most people use C/R as a method to select the proper feed depth of the screw, but it ...

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  • Evaluation of cyclone geometry and its influence on ...

    Evaluation of cyclone geometry and its influence on performance parameters by computational fluid dynamics (CFD) W. P ... Smagorinsky model can be thought of as combining the Reynolds averaging assumptions given by L ij + C ij = 0 with a mixing length-based eddy …

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  • Influence of a Mixing-Jet on Film Cooling

    An experimental analysis of the slot film cooling performance downstream of a mixing jet has been performed. The mixing jet was blown into the main flow at a position five jet diameters downstream of the slot exit. Flow visualizations of the jet and of the cooling film are presented for blowing rates of 1 and 2 with jet momentum rates of 7 and 10.

    Get Price
  • 'Moving Bed Biofilm Reactors: Evaluation of Geometry ...

    Finally, the influence of surface chemistry on biofilm attachment and performance was tested by facilitating biofilm growth on freely floating nylon and high-density polyethylene. Results indicate that organisms grown on more protected, sheltered carrier media respond to changes in mixing more rapidly than those on open and exposed media design.

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  • Mixing and Transport in Coastal River Plumes

    2019-10-25 · Mixing and Transport in Coastal River Plumes. 1 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195; email: [email protected] River plumes are generated by the flow of buoyant river water into the coastal ocean, where they significantly influence water properties and circulation.

    Get Price
  • Mixing Enhancement in Simple Geometry Microchannels ...

    2008-5-12 · While mixing is good in all six cases, we demonstrate that the best results occur when both inlets are pulsed 90 degrees out of phase in the “T” geometry. In all six cases, the interface is shown to stretch, retain two folds, and sweep through the confluence zone, leading to good mixing within 2 mm downstream of the confluence, i.e. about 1 ...

    Get Price
  • Influence of turbulent fluctuations on detonation ...

    Instead, these pockets mix and burn, on their surfaces, along turbulent shear layers. Owing to shock compression associated with the passage of transverse shock waves, these shear layers experience increased burning rates through turbulent mixing of the burned and unburned gases via Richtmyer–Meshkov instability.

    Get Price
  • Influence of Laser Power and Scanning Speed on the ...

    One of the well-known methods for increasing wear resistance, especially for friction pairs, is surfacing wear-resistant materials on the working surfaces of mating parts [1, 2, 3]. Less expensive grades of steel can be used as the main material in the manufacture of parts, and the surfacing materials in this case must have increased characteristics: mechanical, corrosion and radiation ...

    Get Price
  • Frontiers

    2021-8-5 · Congenital heart disease is the most common birth defect and functionally univentricular heart defects represent the most severe end of this spectrum. The Fontan circulation provides an unique solution for single ventricle patients, by connecting both caval veins directly to the pulmonary arteries. As a result, the pulmonary circulation in Fontan palliated patients is characterized by a ...

    Get Price
  • Why Structural Fiber is the Smart Choice for Thin Concrete ...

    2021-8-23 · Therefore, consideration of fiber geometry and stiffness when choosing fibers for concrete overlays often becomes an economic choice, where the designer must balance cost, workability, and performance. Regarding the influence of the material on the residual strength, steel fibers often outperformed synthetic fibers by a significant margin.

    Get Price
  • The Limits Of Compression Ratio

    2013-3-25 · President, Frankland Plastics Consulting, LLC. You have probably heard the terms 2:1, 3:1, and so on in describing single screws. These numbers refer to the compression ratio (C/R) of the screw, which is the ratio of the feed depth to the metering depth. Most people use C/R as a method to select the proper feed depth of the screw, but it ...

    Get Price