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A study of gas flow in the Comprex of a hydraulic analogy

by John Joseph Hinchey

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Written in English

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  • Naval architecture

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    Thesis (MS)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948.

    Statementby John J. Hinchey and Robert F. Sweek
    ContributionsSweek, Robert Forman, 1919-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24734116M

      The problem of the interaction of a viscous supersonic stream in a flat nozzle with a transverse gas jet of the same composition blown through a slot in one wall of the nozzle is examined. The complete Navier-Stokes equations are used as the initial equations. The statement of the problem in the case of the absence of blowing coincides with [1].Author: V. A. Kronrod, V. V. Shchennikov. of a gas increases, the particles’ velocity increases. The average velocity of nitrogen molecules at °C is about m/s. The particles in a gas are constantly colliding with the walls of the container and with each other. Because of these collisions, the gas particles are constantly changing their direction of motion and their Size: 1MB.

    The flow of DC in a wire resembles a one-directional flow of water in a pipe. To simulate AC, imagine that the pump wheel which drives the flow, instead of rotating in a constant direction, swirls back and forth like the agitator in a top-load washing machine (fluid and pump are both just an analogy; the sloshing of the electric fluid can be. As the pressure on a sample of gas increases, the volume of the sample _____. -

    Get an answer for 'A sample of gas has a volume of L. Determine the new volume of the gas if the pressure is halved? ' and find homework help for other Chemistry questions at eNotes. This is a petroleum engineering problem. 2. The pressure and production history for the Anderson “L” Reservoir is listed below. Using this data, estimate the original gas in place assuming a volumetric reservoir. Formation temperature is F. Assume that the API gravity of the oil is 45º.


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The analogy between liquid flow with a free surface and two-dimensional gas flow has been found useful for qualitative investigations of high speed gas flow by means of relatively simple water-table installations.

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As long as you know three of the four. A sample of gas is contained in a cylinder-and-piston arrangement. It undergoes the change in state shown in the drawing. (a) Assume first that the cylinder and piston are perfect thermal insulators that do not allow heat to be is the value of q for the state change.

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