Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 36, Issue 1, pp 79–82 | Cite as

Features of a cryogenic fluid filling vapor cavities being formed in front of a cut-off armature

  • N. V. Filin
  • G. G. Katsnel'son
  • A. V. Matveev


The fundamental parameters of the unsteady processes of filling a vapor cavity in a short pipeline with water and cryogenic fluids are compared. The influence of flow interaction with the channel walls on the regularities of acceleration and deceleration is established.


Statistical Physic Channel Wall Fundamental Parameter Flow Interaction Vapor Cavity 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1979

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  • N. V. Filin
  • G. G. Katsnel'son
  • A. V. Matveev

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