Calculation of the coefficient of hydraulic resistance of an unirrigated (dry) layer of fibrous packing
The coefficient of hydraulic resistance of a dry layer of fibrous packing is determined. A relationship between the coefficient of hydraulic resistance and Reynolds number is derived as a result of processing of experimental data. The critical Reynolds number corresponding to the start of a self-similarity regime is established for fibrous packings.
KeywordsPorosity Reynolds Number Gaseous Flow Dynamic Viscosity Hydraulic Resistance
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