Dynamics of inert gas bubbles in forced convective systemsDynamique des bulles de gaz inerte dans des systemes de convection forceeDie dynamik von inertgasblasen in systemen mit erzwungener konvektionДинaмикa пyзыpькoв инepтныx гaзoв в cиcтeмax c вынyздeннoй кoнвeкциeй
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1981/09/01 Full-length article DOI: 10.1016/0017-9310(81)90211-8
Journal: International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer
AbstractThis work is an extension of the previously published work dealing with the effects of mass, momentum and thermal variations on the dynamics of vapor-gas bubbles moving through a dilute two-component solution of the gas in a liquid and subjected to various liquid pressure and temperature transients. In particular, the cases of a bubble flowing with a liquid through a channel with a linear temperature rise and pressure drop (a normal heated channel), a channel with a linear temperature drop (a heat exchanger), and a channel experiencing a sudden pressure drop with an increasing temperature (a ‘blocked’ heated channel) are all being studied. Specific numerical results were obtained for several types of inert gases in liquid sodium for the case of a normal heated channel.
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