Investigation of the wake flow structure resulting from a bubble's tail and a change in flow channel geometry
"Much knowledge regarding the dynamics of rising bubbles' motion and their wakes has been gained from the investigations performed to date. The present study sought to add to this knowledge concerning the wake dynamics of a bubble in liquid flows by separately investigating the bubble tail's influence and the wall effect when the flow channel approaches a two-dimensional geometry."--Abstract, page iii.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
M.S. in Nuclear Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xii, 151 leaves
© 2003 Michel Amasa Call, All rights reserved.
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Wakes (Fluid dynamics)
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Call, Michel Amasa, "Investigation of the wake flow structure resulting from a bubble's tail and a change in flow channel geometry" (2003). Masters Theses. 2394.
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