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|Title:||Problems encountered in modeling vapor column separation|
|Citation:||Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Miami Beach, Florida, November 17-22, 1985/ M. Sathyamoorthy(ed.) 5 p|
|Conference Name:||American Society of Mechanical Engineers Winter Annual Meeting (1985 : Miami Beach, Florida)|
|Angus R. Simpson and E. Benjamin Wylie|
|Abstract:||The discrete vapor cavity model, for describing pipeline transients involving vapor column separation, is based on the method of characteristics with specified time intervals. Vapor cavities are confined to computing sections and a constant acoustic wavespeed is assumed for the liquid. High pressure pulses, which exceed the initial pressure rise due to valve closure, can occur when a cavity collapses.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest|
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