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Investigation of Oil Droplet Distribution in a Vane-Type Pipe Separator
Shi SY(史仕荧); Liang CC(梁楚楚); Zhang D(张栋); Li H(李华); Zheng SH; Li W
Source PublicationINTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON APPLIED MECHANICS AND MECHANICAL AUTOMATION (AMMA 2017)
2017
Conference NameInternational Conference on Applied Mechanics and Mechanical Automation (AMMA)
Conference DateJUN 23-24, 2017
Conference PlaceHong Kong, HONG KONG
AbstractThe droplet size distribution (DSD) in a swirl flow field formed by guiding vanes in a vane-type pipe separator (VTPS) was experimentally studied. The cumulative volume fraction and maximum droplet diameter of the dispersed phase were determined using a laser particle size analyzer. The results show how the characteristics of droplets in a swirl flow field changes with the dispersed phase content, flow rate and water velocity at the inlet. A quasi-power law function is shown to fit the DSD cumulative volume fraction results better than the Rosin-Rammler Function.
KeywordGuiding Vanes Droplet Size Distribution Swirl Flow Field Maximum Droplet Cumulative Volume Function
WOS IDWOS:000426967800002
ISBN978-1-60595-471-4
Indexed ByCPCI-S
Language英语
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Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://dspace.imech.ac.cn/handle/311007/75559
Collection流固耦合系统力学重点实验室
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Shi SY,Liang CC,Zhang D,et al. Investigation of Oil Droplet Distribution in a Vane-Type Pipe Separator[C]INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON APPLIED MECHANICS AND MECHANICAL AUTOMATION (AMMA 2017),2017.
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