STRATIFIED TURBULENT-TURBULENT GAS LIQUID FLOW IN HORIZONTAL AND INCLINED PIPES.

Ovadia Shoham*, Yehuda Taitel

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Abstract

A two-dimensional model for stratified turbulent-turbulent gas liquid flow in inclined pipes is proposed. The gas phase is treated as bulk flow, but an exact solution is carried out for the liquid phase, applying the eddy viscosity theory to model the turbulent viscosity. The interfacial structure is taken into consideration using appropriate correlations for the interfacial shear stress. The model is capable of predicting the liquid velocity field, hr**and pressure 1. given gas and liquid flow rates, physical properties, pipe size and angle of inclination.

Original languageEnglish
JournalAnnual Meeting - American Institute of Chemical Engineers
StatePublished - 1984

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