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Atmospheric simulation using stratified liquid models

Henry T Falvey

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Published
**1977**
by Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Division of General Research, Hydraulics Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Denver, Colo, Springfield, Va
.

Written in English

- Atmosphere,
- Hydraulic models

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by H.T. Falvey, R.A. Dodge |

Series | REC-ERC -- 77-8, REC-ERC (Series) -- 77-8 |

Contributions | Dodge, R. A. joint author, Engineering and Research Center (U.S.). Hydraulics Branch |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | iv, 96 p. : |

Number of Pages | 96 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL15493831M |

As a result, the heat flux from the vapour to the liquid is neglected in the following simulation. Consequently, the use of the Hashemi-Wesson relation enables the simulation of the liquid phase only as illustrated in Fig. 3. The top surface is a free surface where surface evaporation takes place when the bulk temperature exceeds the saturated. This may become significant in stratified gas-liquid flow as the height of the interface approaches the center of the pipe, as stressed by Newton and Behnia. FLUENT offers different options when using this model. Based on the current flow conditions, the linear pressure-strain model and standard wall functions were selected.

The goal of this paper is to calculate the shear stresses, liquid holdup and pressure drop of stratified gas–liquid flow in pipelines, where the gas and liquid superficial Reynolds numbers are ≤ Re S G ≤ and ≤ Re S L ≤ RNG k − ε model and SST k − ω turbulent models are used during the simulation. Near. Steve A. Piacsek. Adjunct Professor. Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Geophysical fluid dynamics,estimates of the surface skin water temperature as modified by evaporation, ocean currents and atmospheric fronts; generation of internal waves by tides and flows over topography; environmental impact and source sustainability of power plants utilizing ocean thermal energy.

Wave-optics simulation is an immensely useful tool for many applications. The simulation techniques in this book are directly applicable to atmospheric imaging, astronomy, adaptive optics, free. Atmospheric Boundary Layer (ABL) flow simulations have been performed using Large Eddy Simulation (LES) to assess the suitability of the simulated .

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Get this from a library. Atmospheric simulation using stratified liquid models. [Henry T Falvey; R A Dodge; Engineering and Research Center (U.S.). Hydraulics Branch.]. In this sense, experiments to study the response of simplified climate systems, such as those generated by the “state-of-the-art” climate simulation models, to major increases in atmospheric.

Atmospheric boundary layers with weak stratification are relatively well described by similarity theory and numerical models for stationary horizontally homogeneous conditions. With common strong stratification, similarity theory becomes unreliable.

The turbulence structure and interactions with the mean flow and small-scale nonturbulent motions assume a variety of scenarios. The turbulence is Cited by: atmospheric modeling Download atmospheric modeling or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get atmospheric modeling book now.

This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Atmospheric Modeling Data Assimilation And Predictability. A CFD simulation of stratified co-current flow was performed using the code ANSYS CFX applying the two-fluid model with the free surface option.

Slug flow was successfully simulated with a transient simulation, using a time-dependent inlet water level from the experimental by: The model domain, L x × L y × L z = × × m 3, is periodic in the horizontal, and a stress-free rigid-lid boundary is assumed at the y wave absorbers attenuate the solution toward ambient conditions in the vicinity of the upper boundary.

As an initial condition, a m deep well-mixed ambient layer is prescribed, with a constant temperature θ a (z) = θ 0 = K. Large-eddy simulation of stationary and homogeneous stratified sheared turbulence is performed to assess the performance of the SGS model.

The prediction for high Reynolds number (Re λ ≈ 10 7) homogeneous stratified sheared turbulence is augmented by evaluation of the SGS contributions to one-dimensional spectra and rms of fluctuations. A relevant problem is the development of wavy stratified flows which can lead to slug generation.

The slug flow regime is characterized by an acceleration of the gaseous phase and by the transition of fast liquid slugs, which carry a significant amount of liquid with high kinetic energy. Book. Full-text available. Atmospheric simulation using stratified liquid models.

Article. Henry Falvey. R.A. Dodge. (2 to 20 kilometres) atmospheric phenomena. Techniques and. Modelling of stratified two phase flows using an interfacial area density model wall friction of the liquid phase. In simulations using inlet/outlet boundary conditions it was found, that the formation of slug flow regimes strongly depends of the two-fluid model can be found in the book of Ishii and Hibiki [13].

C.H. Newton, M. Behnia, On the use of the stratified momentum balance for the deduction of shear stress in horizontal gas–liquid pipe flow, International Journal of Multiphase Flow, /S(98), 24, 8, (), (). where y 0 =A I = y 0, p I = y I is the height of the gas-liquid interface from the reference y 0.

y 0 is the liquid film. A I is the liquid level fluctuation amplitude. p I is the wavelength and x is the axial position. The second technique, the initial condition was set in such a way that the gas-liquid volume fraction has a share in volume with only liquid occupying.

This model is applied for a transient two-phase air–water stratified flow at atmospheric condition in a horizontal duct. The conservation equations were solved using the finite volume method. Considerable work can be found in the literature on two-dimensional single-phase flow modeling showing that the governing equations were solved by the.

The value and necessity of the LES modeling technique is a consequence of the large range, O(10 8), of sizes of motions in the atmosphere compared to the current computational capabilities, O(10 3).A viable modeling paradigm is to employ the Russian doll approach, where the entire range of scales is divided into subsets that are tractable by appropriate techniques, which often rely on.

This paper is an experimental and theoretical study of horizontal stratified gas‐liquid two phase flow in a circular tube. Both phases are considered to be in turbulent flow, and the liquid phase flow field is modeled by applying eddy viscosity expressions developed for single phase flow.

Large-eddy simulation (LES) of the stably stratified atmospheric boundary layer is performed using an explicit filtering and reconstruction approach with a finite difference method.

Turbulent stresses are split into the resolvable subfilter-scale and subgrid-scale stresses. A mesoscale atmospheric model is used to address the characteristics of stratified flow bounded by a side wall along a varying coastline. Initial Froude number values are varied through alteration of marine inversion strength, permitting examination of supercritical, subcritical, and transcritical flow regimes encountering several coastal configurations.

Large-eddy simulation (LES) has been an essential tool in the development of theory and parameterizations for clouds, but when applied to stratocumulus clouds under sharp temperature inversions, many LES models produce an unrealistically thin.

Ping Zheng, Liang Zhao, Correcting interface turbulence viscosity using CFD modelling for predicting stratified gas-liquid flow shear stress in horizontal pipes, European Journal of Mechanics - B/Fluids, /chflu, ().

This book basically merges all of these fields together in order to develop numerical models of atmospheric behavior. In fact, it looks like it would be a tough read for anyone who is not a graduate student of both atmospheric science and mathematics. By cross-referencing this book's material with old textbooks I was able to get through chapter Reviews: 1.

fraction of the liquid phase. The behaviour of slug generation and propagation was qualitatively reproduced by the simulation, while local deviations require a continuation of the work.

INTRODUCTION Stratified two-phase flows occur in many industrial applications. The effects of the flow on the.Certain mathematical models for predicting the flow and mixing processes in stratified fluids are reviewed, with particular focus on stratified lakes and reservoirs.

The various types of prediction methods are introduced briefly, from one‐dimensional integral methods to direct simulations of the Navier‐Stokes equations.A three-dimensional model of the ThAI vessel for the CFX code was developed.

The flow in the simulation domain was modeled as single-phase. Steam condensation on vessel walls was modeled as a sink of mass and energy using a correlation that was originally developed for an integral approach. A simple model of bulk phase change was also included.