The fundamental parameters of the unsteady processes of filling a vapor cavity in a short pipeline with water and cryogenic fluids are compared. The influence of flow interaction with the channel walls on the regularities of acceleration and deceleration is established.
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N. V. Filin, G. G. Katsnel'son, A. V. Matveev, and Ya. L. Iovnovich, “Transients in cryogenic systems,” in: Questions of Modern Cryogenics [in Russian], Vneshtorgizdat, Moscow (1975).
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Translated from Inzhenerno-Fizicheskii Zhurnal, Vol. 36, No. 1, pp. 110–114, January, 1979.
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Filin, N.V., Katsnel'son, G.G. & Matveev, A.V. Features of a cryogenic fluid filling vapor cavities being formed in front of a cut-off armature. Journal of Engineering Physics 36, 79–82 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861295
- Statistical Physic
- Channel Wall
- Fundamental Parameter
- Flow Interaction
- Vapor Cavity