Elimination of the Geysering Effect in Missiles
The term “geysering” is applied to the specific phenomenon that occurs in a liquid system when a column of liquid in long vertical lines is expelled by the release of vapor at a rate in excess of that rate which may occur as a normal function of bubble release.
KeywordsInlet Temperature Saturation Temperature Large Bubble Slug Flow Feed Line
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