Two-phase flow

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Two-phase flow refers to the interactive flow of two distinct phases – each phase representing a mass or volume of matter – with common interfaces in a channel. While combination between any two phases represents a significant area of two-phase flow, liquid-vapor (gas) flow is by far the most common in various industries and thus has been investigated in greater depth. <br>
Two-phase flow refers to the interactive flow of two distinct phases – each phase representing a mass or volume of matter – with common interfaces in a channel. While combination between any two phases represents a significant area of two-phase flow, liquid-vapor (gas) flow is by far the most common in various industries and thus has been investigated in greater depth. <br>
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*[[Flow Patterns of Liquid-Vapor (Gas) Two-Phase Flow]]
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*'''[[Flow Patterns of Liquid-Vapor (Gas) Two-Phase Flow]]'''
:[[Concepts and Notations for Two-Phase Flow|Concepts and notations]], Flow Patterns in [[Two-Phase Flow Patterns in Vertical Tubes|vertical tube]], and [[Two-Phase Flow Patterns in Horizontal Tubes|horizontal tubes]].  
:[[Concepts and Notations for Two-Phase Flow|Concepts and notations]], Flow Patterns in [[Two-Phase Flow Patterns in Vertical Tubes|vertical tube]], and [[Two-Phase Flow Patterns in Horizontal Tubes|horizontal tubes]].  
*'''[[Two-Phase Flow Models]]'''
*'''[[Two-Phase Flow Models]]'''

Revision as of 21:38, 20 April 2009

Two-phase flow refers to the interactive flow of two distinct phases – each phase representing a mass or volume of matter – with common interfaces in a channel. While combination between any two phases represents a significant area of two-phase flow, liquid-vapor (gas) flow is by far the most common in various industries and thus has been investigated in greater depth.

Concepts and notations, Flow Patterns in vertical tube, and horizontal tubes.
Homogeneous and separated flow models, frictional pressure drop, and void fraction.
Two-phase flow regimes and heat transfer predictions.
Flow regimes, bubble lift-off size, and heat transfer predictions.
Two-phase flow patterns, flow condensation, flow evaporation and boiling.