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    Rongge Xiaoa,*, Dong Wanga, Shuaishuai Jina, Hongping Yub, Bo Liua

    Frontiers in Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol.16, No.1, pp. 1-9, 2021, DOI:10.5098/hmt.16.11

    Abstract Based on the Viscous Kelvin-Helmholtz theory used by D. Barnea & Y. Taitel (1993), a two-fluid stratified flow model of gas-liquid two-phase flow is established. Using the mathematical derivation, the influence of various influence factors on the stability of liquid level structure is synthesized. Compared with the criteria of D Barnea & Y. Taitel (1993) and Taitel & Dukler(1976) , and the algorithm of flow pattern transition criterion of stratified flow is proposed. According to the data of multiphase flow experimental loop, the influence of liquid viscosity and the instantaneous volume flow rate change of gas-liquid two-phase on the transition… More >

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    An Experimental Study on the Void Fraction for Gas-Liquid Two-Phase Flows in a Horizontal Pipe

    Li Lei1, Jun An1, Fushun Liang1, Cheng Cheng1, Naixiang Zhou2, Yanhong Ning3, Jingzhi Zhang1,4,*

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.17, No.6, pp. 1037-1048, 2021, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2021.016081

    Abstract The flow patterns and the void fraction related to a gas-liquid two-phase flow in a small channel are experimentally studied. The test channel is a transparent quartz glass circular channel with an inner diameter of 6.68 mm. The working fluids are air and water and their superficial velocities range from 0.014 to 8.127 m/s and from 0.0238 to 0.556 m/s, respectively. The void fraction is determined using the flow pattern images captured by a high-speed camera, while quick closing valves are used for verification. Four flow patterns are analyzed in experiments: slug flow, bubbly flow, annular flow and stratified flow.… More >

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    Numerical Simulation and Experimental Analysis of the Influence of Asymmetric Pressure Conditions on the Splitting of a Gas-Liquid Two-Phase Flow at a T-Junction

    Lihui Ma1, Limin He1,2,*, Xiaoming Luo1,2, Xiangran Mi3

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.17, No.5, pp. 959-970, 2021, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2021.016710

    Abstract Dedicated experiments and numerical simulations have been conducted to investigate the splitting characteristics of a gas-liquid two phase flow at a T junction. The experiments were carried out for different gas-liquid velocities. The flow rates in the two branches were measured accurately to determine how the two considered phases distribute in the two outlets. The experimental results have shown that when the two outlet pressures are asymmetric, the two-phase flow always tends to flow into the outlet which has a lower pressure. As the inlet liquid velocity increases, however, the two-phase flow gradually tends to split evenly. Compared with the… More >

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    A Pressure-Drop Model for Oil-Gas Two-Phase Flow in Horizontal Pipes

    Xinke Yang1, Shanzhi Shi1, Hui Zhang1, Yuzhe Yang2,3, Zilong Liu2,3, Ruiquan Liao2,3,*, Joseph X. F. Ribeiro4

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.17, No.2, pp. 371-383, 2021, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2021.011486

    Abstract The accurate prediction of the pressure distribution of highly viscous fluids in wellbores and pipelines is of great significance for heavy oil production and transportation. The flow behavior of high-viscosity fluids is quite different with respect to that of low-viscosity fluids. Currently, the performances of existing pressure-drop models seem to be relatively limited when they are applied to high-viscosity fluids. In this study, a gas-liquid two-phase flow experiment has been carried out using a 60 mm ID horizontal pipe with air and white oil. The experimental results indicate that viscosity exerts a significant influence on the liquid holdup and pressure… More >

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    Improving Existing Drainage and Gas Recovery Technologies: An Experimental Study on the Wellbore Flow in a Horizontal Well

    Shan Jin1,2,3, Xiaohong Bai4, Wei Luo1,2,3,*, Li Li4, Ruiquan Liao1,2,3

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.16, No.6, pp. 1229-1242, 2020, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2020.011051

    Abstract With the increasing number of horizontal wells with low pressure, low yield, and water production, the phenomenon of water and liquid accumulation in gas wells is becoming progressively more serious. In order to fix these issues, it is necessary to improve existing drainage and gas recovery technologies, increase the fluid carrying capacity of these wells, and ensure that the bottom-hole airflow has enough energy to transport the liquid to the wellhead. Among the many techniques of drainage and gas recovery, the gas lift has recently become a popular method. In the present study, through the simulation of the entire horizontal… More >

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    Effect of the Inclination Angle on Slippage Loss in Gas-Liquid Two-Phase Flow

    Yushan Liu1,2, Yubin Su3, Zhenhua Wu4, Wei Luo1,2, Ruiquan Liao1,2,*

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.16, No.3, pp. 475-488, 2020, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2020.08896

    Abstract The lifting efficiency and stability of gas lift well are affected by the socalled slippage-loss effect in gas-liquid two-phase flow. The existing studies on this subject have generally been based on vertical and horizontal wells. Only a few of them have considered inclined pipes. In the present work a new focused study is presented along these lines. More specifically, we use the non-slip pressure drop model with Flanigan’s fluctuation correction coefficient formula (together with the parameters of slippage density, slippage pressure drop and slippage ratio) to analyze the influence of the inclination angle on slippage loss for different conditions (different… More >

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    Huge-scale molecular dynamics simulation of gas-liquid two-phase flow

    H. Watanabe, M. Suzuki, N. Ito

    The International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences, Vol.18, No.2, pp. 49-50, 2011, DOI:10.3970/icces.2011.018.049

    Abstract Gas-liquid two-phase flow is a system containing gas and liquid phase. While the gas-liquid two-phase flow is important for applications such as power plants and pump cavitations, it is difficult to study gas-liquid multiphase flow theoretically or numerically since it is multi-scale and multi-physics system involving not only flow but also phase transitions. In order to overcome the difficulties, we study the two-phase flow with full particle simulations. In the full-particle simulation, phase boundaries create and annihilate spontaneously, and therefore, multi-physics phenomena are naturally simulated. We developed a parallel molecular dynamics (MD) simulation code which is scalable up to ten… More >

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