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Single phase turbulent mixing between adjacent channels in rod bundles

Kirk Powell Galbraith

Single phase turbulent mixing between adjacent channels in rod bundles

by Kirk Powell Galbraith

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrodynamics.,
  • Turbulence.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kirk Powell Galbraith.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[11], 171 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14250867M

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Single phase turbulent mixing between adjacent channels in rod bundles by Kirk Powell Galbraith Download PDF EPUB FB2

Single-Phase Turbulent Mixing in Rod Bundles Sergio Viqosa Mfiller* Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Programa de P6s-Graduaq~o em Engenharia Mec~nica, Porto Alegre, Brazil rain the subchannel analysis of rod bundles, the mass exchange between adjacent subchannels is quantified by mixing coefficients, or mixing by: J.W.

Elder, The dispersion of marked fluid in turbulent shear flow, J. Fluid Mech. 5 () K.P. Galbraith and J.G. Knudsen, Turbulent mixing between adjacent channels for single-phase flow in a simulated rod bundle, 12th Natl.

Heat Transfer Conf., Tulsa, in AIChE Syrup. Ser. 68 () 90 by: Single-phase convective heat transfer in rod bundles Article in Nuclear Engineering and Design (4) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Single-phase air and water turbulent mixing rates, between two square array subchannels simulating parallel flow areas in a reactor rod bundle array, were measured employing tracer techniques.

A Two-length Scale Turbulence Model for Single-phase The concept of variable density (buoyancy driven) mixing between miscible fluids is well known and is often encountered in practical applications such as ICF, astrophysics, mete- could be applied to a range of self-similar turbulent mixing.

The Turbulent Mixing Rate and the Fluctuations of Static Pressure Difference Between Adjacent Subchannels in a Two-Phase Subchannel Flow Nucl. Eng. Des.

,Cited by: 1. To examine the characteristics of turbulent flow and heat transfer about the compound channel with gap, the present study has performed a numerical analysis by using large eddy simulation (LES). Our first aim was to analyze the cause of pulsating flow by investigating the turbulent flow through the unsteady analysis of compound channel.

Next, to understand the correlations between gap width Cited by: 3. transverse flow between two adjacent sub-channels, through the gaps between them, known as crossflow. Rogers and Todreas [5] in identified the following two mechanisms constituting the single-phase crossflow in vertical tube bundle geometry and influencing the process of inter-sub-channel crossflow mixing (henceforth crossflow mixing).

Comparison of mixing between single- and bubbly two-phase systems in a Rushton stirred tank J. Moghaddas1, J. Revstedt2,3, C. Trägårdh2,4 & L. Fuchs2,3 1Sahand University of Technology, P.O.

Box /, Tabriz, Iran 2Lund Institute of Technology at Lund University, Sweden 3Division of Fluid Mechanics, P.O. BoxSE 00 Lund, Sweden. @article{osti_, title = {Heat transfer near spacer grids in rod bundles}, author = {Yoder, G L}, abstractNote = {Heat transfer data from several sources have been assembled which show the effect of spacer grids on local heat transfer within a rod bundle.

Both single phase (air and steam) data and two phase (steam/water) data show heat transfer augmentation in the grid region. @article{osti_, title = {Pressure drop of spacer grids in smooth and roughened rod bundles.

[GCFR]}, author = {Rehme, K}, abstractNote = {Experiments have been performed on the pressure drop of a spacer grid in rod bundles of 12 rods. Both smooth and rough rod bundles were used in the experiments. The artificial roughness cut into the outer surface of the rods was chosen so as to meet.

Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation study was performed to investigate the effect of flow channel geometry on fully developed turbulent flow in "clean" rod bundle flow channels.

This information was sought to obtain a better understanding of crossflow mixing between rod bundle subchannels. The experiments were performed in water with a Reynolds Cited by: One-phase flow through all eight air-coal mixture channels, with air as working fluid, has been calculated in the first case.

Velocity and static pressure values are shown in Figures 3 and 4. It can be seen that obtained values for static pressure are between – Pa and Pa. Figures 8 and Cited by: 3. CANDU rod bundle was studied at Reynolds numbers equal to 50,andMeasurements were conducted at roughly rod diameters from the inlet of the rod bundle using single-point, two-component hot-wire anemometry.

Analysis of the axial velocity signal indicated a weak e ect of Reynolds number on the axial. PHENOMENOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON THE TURBULENT FLOW STRUCTURES IN A ROD BUNDLE ARRAY WITH MIXING DEVICES Seok Kyu Changa,b, Sang Ki Moona, Bok Deuk Kima, Won Pil Baeka and Young Don Choib a Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute,Dukjin-Dong, Yusong-Ku, Daejon,Republic of Korea, [email protected], [email protected]

Holloway [2,3] carried out single-phase flow and heat transfer experiments with 5 × 5 rod bundles. They measured the pressure loss of all grid sections and rod bundles, as well as the change of the Nu number along and around the rod.

Existing measurements of low-speed turbulent surface friction on a flat plate, in the absence of pressure gradient and roughness, are shown to be consistent with a simple analysis based on functional similarity in the velocity profile.

In particular, the fully developed turbulent boundary layer is found to be unique within the accuracy of the experimental data, with uniqueness defined as the Cited by: - p. 5 We can conclude, therefore, that the most influential term on the right hand side is ∂uv/∂y. In order for this term to be of the correct magnitude, we also conclude that δ ≈ 10−2L.

Notice that the streamwise gradient ∂u2 /∂x is negligible in such a boundary layer, and it is only the turbulent shear stress uv which affects the mean velocity profile.

Donald Beasley joined the Department in Dr. Beasley has received several teaching awards, including the ASEE New Engineering Educator Excellence Award, the and Eugene H. Bishop Teaching Award and the Murray Stokely Award. On the use of the superposition principle for calculating the heat transfer in central channels of rod bundles cooled by a gas in a turbulent flow regime /books books Thomas Telford Publishing /gcrtv Gas-cooled reactors today Gas-cooled reactors today Performance and safety technology Status of gas-cooled reactors 3.

Cambridge Core - Thermal-Fluids Engineering - Two-Phase Flow, Boiling, and Condensation - by S. Mostafa GhiaasiaanAuthor: S. Mostafa Ghiaasiaan.Prandtl's basic mixing length model was used to compute 22 of the 24 test cases for the Langley Working Conference on Free Turbulent Shear Flows.

The calculations employed appropriate algebraic length scale equations and single values of mixing length constant for planar and axisymmetric flows, respectively. Good agreement withFile Size: 1MB.This Brief describes heat transfer and pressure drop in heat transfer enhancement by insert devices and integral roughness.

The authors deal with twisted-tape insert laminar and turbulent flow in tubes and annuli in smooth tubes and rough tubes, segmented twisted-tape inserts, displaced enhancement devices, wire coil inserts, extended surface inserts and tangential injection devices.