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Experimental examination of unsteady friction models for transient pipe flow simulation

Author
ADAMKOWSKI, Adam1 ; LEWANDOWSKI, Mariusz1
[1] Department of Hydraulic Machinery Tests and Diagnostics, The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Gdansk, Poland
Source

Journal of fluids engineering. 2006, Vol 128, Num 6, pp 1351-1363, 13 p ; ref : 20 ref

CODEN
JFEGA4
ISSN
0098-2202
Scientific domain
Mechanical engineering; Mechanics acoustics
Publisher
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, NY
Publication country
United States
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Canalisation Code calcul Coup bélier Ecoulement conduite Ecoulement transitoire Etude expérimentale Etude théorique Fluctuation pression Frottement Hydraulique
Keyword (en)
Pipe Computation code Water hammer Pipe flow Transient flow Experimental study Theoretical study Pressure fluctuation Friction Hydraulics
Keyword (es)
Canalización Código computación Ariete hidraúlico Flujo conducción Flujo transitorio Estudio experimental Estudio teórico Fluctuación presión Frotamiento Hidraúlica
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001D Applied sciences / 001D14 Buildings. Public works / 001D14J Water supply. Pipings. Water treatment / 001D14J04 Piping

Discipline
Building. Public works. Transport. Civil engineering
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
18539981

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