Accession Number : AD0427769
Title : UNCONVENTIONAL METHODS FOR INFLUENCING FLUID FLOW
Descriptive Note : Final rept.
Corporate Author : CARNEGIE INST OF TECH PITTSBURGH PA
Report Date : Nov 1963
Pagination or Media Count : 132
Abstract : A number related problems concerning the utilization of unconventional effects for the purpose of affecting the behavior of fluids are investigated. Effects capable of directly converting thermal or electrical power into pumping power without the use of moving mechanical parts are studied. A means of improving the thermoelectric cooling of liquids is investigated. A way of decontaminating fluids by an electrical effect is studied. Finally, a scheme for suppressing pressure surges in flowing fluids is examined. The subject areas examined were as follows: thermal pumping, thermoelectric-hydromagnetic pumping, electrokinetic energy conversion, acoustic pumping, the winslow effect valve, electromagnetic induction pumping, the sumotoion motor, influence of a magnetic field on thermoelectric cooling, decontamination by dielectrophoresis, and attenuation of pressure surges by tapered pipes.
Descriptors : *ELECTRICITY , *ACOUSTICS , *HEAT , *FLUID FLOW , *ELECTROMAGNETIC PUMPS , HEAT TRANSFER , IONS , MAGNETIC FIELDS , DECONTAMINATION , ENERGY , DIELECTRICS , SEMICONDUCTORS , COOLING , PIPES , GAS TURBINES , ENERGY CONVERSION , ELECTRODES , PRESSURE , SOUND , FLUIDS , VALVES , EQUATIONS , PUMPS , CONICAL BODIES , ELECTRIC MOTORS , ELECTROPHORESIS , INDUCTION SYSTEMS , REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS , PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSDUCERS , THERMOELECTRICITY , CAPILLARY TUBES
Subject Categories : Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Pumps, Filters, Pipes, Tubing, Fittings & Vlvs
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE