A Pressure-Drop Study of Freon-11, Near Saturation
Two-phase flow has been studied extensively over the past thirty years. The usual approach is an empirical one, since a theoretical analysis is extremely complex. Some theoretical studies have been made assuming a homogeneous fluid. An example of this approach is the work of Harvey and Foust .
KeywordsPressure Drop Test Section Friction Factor Vapor Quality Fluid Quality
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