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Alternative TitleDrop Tower Experiment Study of Fluid Transport with Free Surface in Spacecraft
陈小亮; 高源; 刘秋生
Source Publication空间科学学报
Other AbstractWith the development of the space industry, space liquid management become one of the important techniques in realizing in-orbit refueling of the spacecrafts, and free surface flow stability is the critical problem in this field. The experiment set-up is designed for microgravity fluid transport study with two channels. In the experiments, symmetrical channel and asymmetrical channel with identical open length for comparison are used, and 10 experiments in the drop tower of Chinese Academy of Sciences are performed. By analyzing the free surface characters, it is found that there exist three typical flow patterns: subcritical, supercritical and critical. Meanwhile, the critical flow rate is obtained. Finally, the free surface flow characteritics of two different channels are compared.
KeywordOpen Channel Capillary Flow Surface Flow Stability Critical Flow Rate Drop Tower Experiment
Indexed ByCSCD
WOS KeywordOpen channel ; Capillary flow ; Surface flow stability ; Critical flow rate ; Drop tower experiment
Funding Organization国家自然科学基金项目 ; 国家高技术研究发展计划项目
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陈小亮,高源,刘秋生. 空间在轨流体输运稳定性落塔实验[J]. 空间科学学报,2016,36(4):542-546.
APA 陈小亮,高源,&刘秋生.(2016).空间在轨流体输运稳定性落塔实验.空间科学学报,36(4),542-546.
MLA 陈小亮,et al."空间在轨流体输运稳定性落塔实验".空间科学学报 36.4(2016):542-546.
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