Effect of self-oscillations on the hydraulic resistance of a vortex tube
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It has been established experimentally that the hydraulic loss increases as tangential self-oscillations develop in a swirled flow.
KeywordsVortex Statistical Physic Hydraulic Resistance Vortex Tube Swirl Flow
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