Experimental results in two-phase flow

8 March 2013
09:45
to
11:00
Nick Hall-Taylor
Abstract
In vertical annular two-phase flow, large amplitude waves ("disturbance waves") are the most significant means by which the liquid is transported by the action of the gas phase. The presentation is of certain experimental results with the intention of defining a conceptual model suitable for possible mathematical interpretation. These large waves have been studied for over 50 years but there has been little corresponding advance in the mathematical understanding of the phenomenon. The aim of the workshop is to discuss what analysis might be possible and how this might contribute to the understanding of the phenomena involved.
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