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Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 39, Issue 4, pp 1083–1087 | Cite as

Experimental investigation of the electrical conductivity of a two-phase stream

  • A. P. Vasil'ev
Article

Abstract

We consider the question of the effective electrical conductivity of a bubbling stream, for which a computation relation is proposed. We give the results of the experiment.

Keywords

Electrical Conductivity Statistical Physic Experimental Investigation Computation Relation Effective Electrical Conductivity 
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Notation

σ, σel, σ*el

electrical conductivity of the liquid phase, effective electrical conductivity, and effective electrical conductivity ratio of the bubbling stream, respectively

t

time interval used in averaging

V and Vg

volume of the parallelepiped and of gas bubbles, respectively

C and cl

volumetric and linear concentrations of gas inclusions, respectively

rb and rliq

electrical resistances of the bubble layer and the liquid layer, respectively

R

electrical resistance of the bubbling stream in the volume of the parallelepiped

Subscripts

sph and cyl

packing of the stream with spherical and cylindrical gas inclusions

max and cr

maximum and critical values, respectively

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. P. Vasil'ev
    • 1
  1. 1.Orenburg Polytechnic InstituteUSSR

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