Investigation of Submerged Jets with an Extended Initial Laminar Region
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The method of producing laminar submerged jets using a device, whose length is comparable with the jet diameter, is described. A submerged air jet, 0.12 m in diameter, produced by means of this technique is experimentally investigated in the Reynolds number range from 2000 to 13 000. Hot-wire anemometer measurements of the flow parameters and laser visualization of the flow are performed. It is shown that the device developed makes it possible to produce submerged jets with the laminar regions as long as 5.5 jet diameters. The initial regions of such jets can be used to study the development of disturbances in submerged jets, as well as used in medicine and engineering in organizing various gasdynamic curtains which produce zones with given properties with respect to purity and composition inside another gas media.
Key wordssubmerged laminar jets hot-wire anemometry laser visualization
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