Motion and Decay of Near-Wall Liquid Film at Its Outflow with Cocurrent Gas Flow from the Cylindrical Channel into Vacuum
RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES NOVOSIBIRSKINST OF THERMOPHYSICS
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One of features of the considered problem consists in the fact that most of liquids at the outflow into vacuum become overheated even at room temperature that results in explosive rupture of a film with formation of a vapor phase and drops of a miscellaneous size. Other feature of the problem lies in strong effect of cocurrent gas flow on notion of the film inside the channel and at the outflow into vacuum.
- Fluid Mechanics