Gabor, Denis

For fully developed incompressible cocurrent upflow of gases and liquids in vertical pipes, a variety of flow pattern terminologies and descriptions have appeared in the hterature some of these have been summarized and compared by Govier, Radford, and Dunn Can. J. Chem. Eng., 35, 58-70 [1957]). One reasonable classification of patterns is illustrated in Fig. 6-28.  [c.654]

FIG. 6-26 Flow-pattern regions in cociirrent liqiiid/gas flow in upflow through vertical pipes. To convert ft/s to m/s, multiply by 0.3048. (Ftom Govier, Radfot d, and Dunn, Can. J. Chem. Eng., 35, 58—70 [1957].)  [c.654]

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