Wave propagation in bubbly liquids
Wave propagation in a bubbly liquid is studied from the point of view of determining the validity of two-fluid two-phase flow models and the values of various parameters appearing in them. At low frequencies, the speed of sound depends on the virtual mass coefficient. At higher frequencies, the results indicate the need for a virtual heat capacity.
KeywordsVoid Fraction Bubbly Flow Single Phase Flow Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Virtual Mass
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