2 edition of experimental/analytical investigation of deep submerged multiple buoyant jets found in the catalog.
experimental/analytical investigation of deep submerged multiple buoyant jets
L. D. Kannberg
by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Corvallis, Or, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by L. D. Kannberg, L. R. Davis.|
|Series||Ecological research series ; EPA-600/3-76-101, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/3-76-101.|
|Contributions||Davis, L. R., United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development., Oregon State University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
Turbulent Jets SUMMARY: This chapter is concerned with turbulent jets, namely their overall shape and velocity structure. The ﬁrst jets being considered are those penetrating in homogeneous ﬂuids, and the theory is later extended to consider the eﬀects of a cross-current and of ambient buoyancy. Puﬀs, which are intermittent injections ofFile Size: KB. Subbarao E. R. An experimental investigation of the effects of Reynolds number and Richardson number on the structure of a co-flowing buoyant jet. SUDAAR Stanford University, Department of Aeronautics and by:
An experimental study was made of the variation of volume and centerline dilution as a function of Reynolds number in non-buoyant and buoyant round jets discharged vertically from a submerged nozzle. Measurements of jet temperature profiles are obtained by . Besides the experimental research, mathematical modelling of negatively buoyant jets has also received considerable attention. Application of commercial software packages which have been originally developed for positively buoyant jets has shown limited success so far, as reviewed by Palomar et al . This is due to.
The computed jet trajectories of the submerged offset jet show a satisfactory agreement with the experimental data. Keywords: offset jet, coanda effect, rough bed, recirculation region, open channel flow, boundary layer. 1. INTRODUCTION. The topic of submerged wall jets has been the focus of many investigators due to their engineering Author: Galla Ravi Kishore, Subhasish Dey. Numerous studies indicate that the jet-induced effect is an important characteristic in submerged gas jet process. For example, Dai et al described an experimental investigation of the flow pattern and hydrodynamic effect of underwater gas jets from supersonic and sonic nozzles operated in both perfect and imperfect expansion conditions.
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The results of an experimental and analytical study of deep submerged multiple-port thermal discharges are presented. The experimental results include the measured downstream thermal dilution, width, and centerline trajectory of the buoyant thermal plume from multiport by: 2.
SECTION II SUMMARY The results of an experimental and analytical s'tudy of deep submerged multiple-port thermal discharges are presented. The experimental results include the measured downstream thermal di- lution, width, and centerline trajectory of the buoyant thermal plume from multiport jets.
The analytical portion of this report presents an integral method proposed by Davis () for merging multiple buoyant jets. This merging model was used to simulate the single-port buoyant jet in shallow water.
This was done by using an image method where the submerged depth was simulated by the spacing between by: 1. An Experimental and Analytical Investigation of Deep Submerged Multiple Buoyant Jets," (). An Analysis of Deep Submerged Multiple-Port Buoyant Discharges: ().
Mathematical Models for the Prediction of Temperature Distribution Resulting from the Discharge of Heat Water in Large Bodies of Water,".
Graduation date: The results of an experimental and analytical study of deep\ud submerged multiple-port thermal discharges are presented.
The\ud experimental results include the measured downstream thermal dilution,\ud width, and centerline trajectory of the buoyant thermal\ud plume from multiport jets. Experimental studies of submerged jets with various parameters (density, viscosity, salinity, temperature) are carried out, and the velocity of the jet propagation is estimated.
A theoretical model for the description of jet motion is : T. Chaplina, V. Karev, E. Stepanova. The results of an experimental study of deep submerged multiple-port thermal discharges are compared to the predictions of a theory treating the dilution of merging multiple-port buoyant jets discharge from a row of equally spaced by: 3.
The whole gas injection consists of several regions as shown in Fig. 1, a jet region, a transition region, a plume region, a two-phase turbulent zone of gas dispersed in liquid, a liquid recirculating zone, and sloshing waves formed on the surface of the bath when the gas flow rate is high us past experimental studies (e.g.,) suggested that a buoyant jet flow can be divided into Cited by: This paper is concerned with an experimental investigation on plane submerged water jets discharged into quiescent water in an open channel.
Flows are visualized by using hydrogen bubbles, solid. An Experimental Investigation on Inclined Negatively Buoyant Jets Raed Bashitialshaaer 1,*, Submerged negatively buoyant jets discharged over a flat or sloping bottom, covering the entire range of angles form 0° to 90°, were investigated by Jirka  in Dimensional Analysis of Negatively Buoyant Jets.
An Experimental Investigation on Inclined Negatively Buoyant Jets View Full-Text Download PDF An experimental study was performed to investigate the behavior of inclined negatively buoyant jets. Such jets arise when brine is discharged from desalination by: 8. Abstract.
The centre dilution, the trajectory and the turbulence structure of a plane buoyant jet issued horizontally are studied. It is found that the trajectory of a thermal water jet can be predicted reasonably well, provided that the conservation of heat flux, instead of buoyancy flux is : P.
Angelidis, N. Kotsovinos. Modelling and experimental investigation of horizontal buoyant gas jets injected into stagnant uniform ambient liquid Article in International Journal of Multiphase Flow 93 May with Reads. Analysis of Submerged Thermal Discharge from Ocean-Sited Power Plants.
Experimental Investigation of Deep Submerged Multiple Buoyant Jets into Stagnant and Co-moving Ambients. A Numerical Model for a Turbulent Buoyant Jet in a Shallow Open Channel. – The selection first offers information on the mechanics of turbulent buoyant jets and plumes and turbulent buoyant jets in shallow fluid layers.
Discussions focus on submerged buoyant jets into shallow fluid, horizontal surface or interface jets into shallow layers, fundamental considerations, and turbulent buoyant jets (forced plumes). A commentary has been published: Closure to “Discussion of ‘An Analysis of Deep Submerged Multiple-Port Buoyant Discharges’” (, ASME J.
Heat Transfer, 99, p. ) This is a commentary to: An Analysis of Deep Submerged Multiple-Port Buoyant DischargesCited by: 1.
An experimental investigation of a steady‐state negatively buoyant jet has been performed using a hot water jet projected vertically downwards from a mm radius inlet pipe into a cold ambient.
The Richardson number was based on inlet pipe radius and the Reynolds number was Cited by: Purchase Turbulent Buoyant Jets and Plumes - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. The basic physical processes for a submerged turbulent buoyant jet released from sea outfall have been outlined and divided into four primary stages, namely, the zone of flow establishment, the stage of jet, the stage of intermediate and the stage of plume.
The analysis demonstrates that the experimental data on the jet trajectories and Author: Hai-Bo Chen. the dilution at the jet axis immediately below the water surface and how far from the discharge point will the jet reach the water surface?
Make calculations for an initial jet diameter of D 0 = m and D 0 = m. 01 22 0 m/s /4 /4 u D == = ππ⋅ Initial velocity: 02 2 m/s /4 u == π⋅ Density difference File Size: KB.the form of the investigations of the negatively buoyant jet and obliquely discharged non-buoyant jets in a moving ambient.
However, when it was time for the investigation of the buoyant jets with a three-dimensional path, all the knowledge that was gained from the flows with a two-dimensional path was applied in the design and analysis of that.The phenomenon of turbulent, buoyant jets in crossflow is a fundamental fluid mechanics problem with many application areas, including jets discharged from natural and mechanical draft cooling towers.
Buoyant jets were studied for many years, and as a result there exists a large body of literature on this and other related topics. An extensive review of this literature showed that there was a Author: Jim A. Leylek.