The relationship between the pressure gradient and the tangential stress at the wall of the tube and at the interface is established. The tangential stress is found experimentally as a function of the Reynolds numbers of the two phases.
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Fedotkin, I.M., Chepurnoi, M.N., Shnaider, V.É. et al. Tangential stress in the descending flow of a turbulent film and a gas. Journal of Engineering Physics 28, 753–756 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00867385
- Statistical Physic
- Reynolds Number
- Pressure Gradient
- Tangential Stress
- Turbulent Film