Turbulent Two-Phase Flow
Turbulent two-phase flows are of great importance in industry, in particular the chemical process industry. There is a wide variety of topologies: annular flow, slug flow, dispersed flow, mist flow and so on. These flows are almost always highly turbulent.
KeywordsHydrodynamic Interaction Slug Flow Bubbly Flow Annular Flow Disperse Flow
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