Diffusional analysis is employed to characterize two-phase flow regime transitions in horizontal pipes. The scaling analysis of the mean square displacement R(z)(2)(n) associated with the diffusional process driven by density fluctuations proves to be an efficient method for two-phase regime identification. Intermittent flow regime transitions are discussed and compared with theoretical and semiempirical models.

Diffusional Analysis of Intermittent Two-Phase Flow Transitions

SOLDATI, Alfredo
1994

Abstract

Diffusional analysis is employed to characterize two-phase flow regime transitions in horizontal pipes. The scaling analysis of the mean square displacement R(z)(2)(n) associated with the diffusional process driven by density fluctuations proves to be an efficient method for two-phase regime identification. Intermittent flow regime transitions are discussed and compared with theoretical and semiempirical models.
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