2015
DOI: 10.1080/00986445.2013.879058
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Abstract: Recently, due to an increase in production demand in nuclear and oil and gas industries, the requirement to migrate toward larger pipe sizes for future developments has become essential. However, it is interesting to note that almost all the research on two-phase gas-liquid flow in vertical pipe upflow is based on small-diameter pipes (D 100 mm), and the experimental work on the two-phase gas-liquid flow in large-diameter (D > 100 mm) vertical pipes is scarce. Under the above circumstances, the application of … Show more

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“…Inferring void fraction data from differential pressures is a low cost, simple and robust method used in experimental studies. Often this method is used to calibrate more advanced measurement techniques such as wire mesh sensor and electrical resistivity tomography (Farman Ali & Yeung, 2015). It is assumed that frictional and acceleration components of the total pressure gradient are negligible compared with the hydrostatic term, an example tested mathematically by for counter-current bubble and slug flow regimes in an annulus.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Inferring void fraction data from differential pressures is a low cost, simple and robust method used in experimental studies. Often this method is used to calibrate more advanced measurement techniques such as wire mesh sensor and electrical resistivity tomography (Farman Ali & Yeung, 2015). It is assumed that frictional and acceleration components of the total pressure gradient are negligible compared with the hydrostatic term, an example tested mathematically by for counter-current bubble and slug flow regimes in an annulus.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Despite the maturity of studies on co-current gas-liquid flow behaviours in vertical pipes Farman Ali & Yeung, 2015; and in vertical annuli (Caetano et al, 1992;, few studies are available on experimental investigation of counter-current flows in vertical pipes . Table 3-1 summarises studies of flow regimes observed in counter-current two-phase flow experiments conducted in vertical pipes.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%