Scale Up of Water Injection Into the Pipe Flow: Reynolds Number Variations
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- Pipeline, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Scale Up, Mixing, Water, Injection, Temperature, Simultaneous Flow, Heat Transfer
- Zahid Hafeez Khokhar
- Laboratories and pilot plants are set before going on to production. In present piece, the subject is an operation of pipeline jet injection mixing scale up. Water was let loose inside a pipe and a side injection at higher temperature was introduced at normal underneath. Experiments were carried out. Computational fluid dynamic package was used to model after geometry creation by a pre-processor and to simulate the same. Scale up of the system is reported with constant velocities. Reynolds number varies with scale up. Plots and contours are also generated. Results are fine and the downing from zero-incidence injection point for jet into pipe flow is measured. For larger diameters, it is noticed that heat transfer mixing is achieved earlier in bigger geometries. A support vector machine model is also trained to predict the data. Good agreement is obtained.
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