The Effect of Viscoelastic Additives on Jet Structures
Englman, R. and Jaeger, Z.
Jet photographs and jet impact measurements were made on turbulent water jets with and without viscoelastic additives. Coherent lengths were estimated from the photographs, and the effects of nozzle diameter and pressure on coherent length were determined. For high pressure water jets, there appears to be a second plateau on the LSUPB/D WESUB1SUB/SUB2vs. RE curve at high values of RE, as suggested by Phinney. Aqueous solutions of viscoelastic additives which are known to be effective drag reducers also gave longer coherent jet lengths. (A)
J. L. Zakin and D. A. Summers, "The Effect of Viscoelastic Additives on Jet Structures," Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Jet Cutting Technology, BHRA Group, Jan 1976.
Third International Symposium on Jet Cutting Technology
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
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