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Old   July 30, 2004, 04:12
Default Stokes number for intake duct bend
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Friederike
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I am trying to figure out the characteristic length and velocity for a gas turbine intake duct to get the Stokes number for particel injection into that duct. The duct starts off as vertical, rectangular and merges into an annulus duct in a 90 Deg bend. The injection takes place into the annulus duct. Would the length of the annulus and the average fluid velocity be an appropriate measure? Thanks, Friederike
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