Please Visit Our Sponsor
Non-Linear Capor-Liquid Phase Separation Including Microgravity Effects
Research and Development Division
Lockheed Martin Missiles and Space Co.
Palo Alto, CA 94304, U.S.A.
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90024, U.S.A.
Vapor-Liquid phase separation, by means of porous plugs, for He II vessels has been investigated with emphasis on the non-linear transport regime. The data are indicative of a normal fluid flow 'bottleneck' which controls in the pore size range of the order of one micron. The results are described by a phenomenological equation for large pores, suitably modified to take and first law constraints, to the mass throughput of the plug. Zero gravity constraints suggest that this mode is dominant once the terrestrial gravity force has been removed. Download this Paper
Do You Know Someone Who Needs A Job in Engineering, Physics or Chemistry?
About the author- Dr. Sidney Yuan is a consultant in the field of Low Temperature Physics and Cryogenics, and has written a Book on Cryogenics and published extensively in the field. E-Mail.
Bookmark This Page
Send This Page To A Friend
Place Your Ad Here For As Little As $1 Per Day
About Us | Add URL | Advertise with Us | Auction | Awards | Contact Us | Discussion Forum | Links | Search This Site | Send This Page | Shop | Top Ten Sites
Copyright 2000 Yutopian, All Rights Reserved