Accession Number:

AD0610512

Title:

NON-NEWTONIAN PIPE FRICTION STUDIES WITH VARIOUS DILUTE POLYMER WATER SOLUTIONS.

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MINNESOTA UNIV MINNEAPOLIS ST ANTHONY FALLS HYDRAULIC LAB

Report Date:

1964-06-01

Abstract:

The study extends existing data on the frictional drag reducing influence of long-chain polymers in dilute water solutions. Studies were conducted with both fresh and sea water in capillary tubes and pipes with a size range of 100 diameters and covering the laminar, transition, and turbulent regimes with NRe up to 800,000. Fifteen types of test additives were used, including Polyhall, Polyox, Westco Guar, and fish slime. Test temperatures ranged from 40 to 85F. Dilute solutions ranging down to 10 ppm concentration exhibited remarkable friction reductions at high shear rates as a nearlaminar type of flow. Data correlation was hampered by diameter, temperature, and concentration effects not resolved by existing flow parameters based on power law theory. Shear degradation effects were evaluated. Author

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Rept. for Aug 63-May 64,

Pages:

0066

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Contract Number:

Nonr71049

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