We present relations of the overall model of drift for use in dynamic reactor programs. On the boundaries that separate the sets of conditions of a two-phase flow, a smooth transition is achieved between the drift velocity relations corresponding to different regimes. The relations suggested can be use for vertical channels of various geometries with ascending and descending motion of a coolant in a wide, range of flow velocities.
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Khabenskii, V.B., Migrov, Y.A. & Tokar', O.V. Distinctive features of the model of the drift of phases used in computational dynamic reactor programs. J Eng Phys Thermophys 67, 866–875 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00853011
- Statistical Physic
- Flow Velocity
- Distinctive Feature
- Velocity Relation
- Drift Velocity