Two-Phase Gas/Liquid Pipe Flow and Relief Sizing
- Type: Archived Webinar
This webinar covers methods for identifying flow regimes and determining friction loss in two-phase distributed and homogeneous gas/liquid pipe flows and sizing relief valves for frozen and flashing homogeneous two-phase flow. Viewers learn to:
- Identify Two-Phase Separated Flow Regimes in Horizontal and Vertical Pipe Flows
- Define Flow Parameters that govern Two-Phase Gas/Liquid Pipe Flow
- Size Safety Relief Valves for Frozen and Flashing Equilibrium or non-Equilibrium Homogeneous Two-Phase Flow
- Use Calculational Methods for Friction Loss in Homogeneous and Separated Two-Phase Flow
Engineers and engineering supervisors concerned with handling two-phase gas/liquid fluids in pipe flow and relief systems will benefit from viewing.
Ron Darby has been on the faculty in the Chemical Engineering Department at Texas A&M University for the past 38 years. His research activities include complex fluid flow, rheology, viscoelastic fluids, turbulent drag reduction, heat and mass transfer, emergency relief design, multi-phase flow, and electrochemical engineering. He has written two books, Viscoelastic Fluids and Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics as well as many technical papers, book chapters, and presentations.Read more
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