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On new approach to rheological modeling of an electrostatic ash and water - quadratic law
Primož Ternik, 2002, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: In the paper a new rheological model for an electrostatic ash and water mixture is proposed. The fundamental equation of the rheological model was used to determine the relationship between the shear stress and the shear rate as well as the equation of a velocity profile for the flow through a straight pipe. Experimental results obtained from a capillary viscometer were used as the basis to determine the parameters for the proposed model by the non-linear regression analysis. With the Quadratic law a numerical analysis of a mixture flow through a capillary pipe with the finite volume method was performed. The derived equations for the velocity profile, shear stress and shear rate were validated through a comparison of numerically obtained and theoretical results. Finally, the compariosn between the Quadratic and the Power law is presented.
Keywords: fluid mechanics, non-Newtonian fluids, mixture of electrofilter ash and water, flow in pipes, capillary pipes, rheological model, velocity profile, shear stress, finite volume method, numerical analysis, quadratic law, power law, mehanika fluidov
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1404; Downloads: 15
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Using LabVIEW in a flow parameters study
Gorazd Bombek, Matej Fike, 2012, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: The results of numerical simulations can be validated experimentally, but usually only the aggregate characteristics are compared. If the aggregate and partial characteristics can be compared at the same time, the level of trust is increased and the physics can be studied in detail. This paper presents a modular measurement system incorporating several devices, including a PIV, traverse system, NI CompactRIO and/or a DAQ, which are synchronized and enable the simultaneous acquisition of aggregate and partial parameters at various sampling frequencies. The modular concept allows for easy configuration and adjustments as needed. The high DI sampling frequency achieved by the CompactRIO system enabled the analysis of trigger delay and significantly increased the AI capability of the PIV system.
Keywords: flow parameter study, velocity profile, measurements, local partial characteristics
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 433; Downloads: 19
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