|January 11, 2012, 01:59||
effect of perforated plates on velocity distribution
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I am working on perforated plate designing to reach flow uniformity around the duct burners in a HRSG boiler but unfortunately, I have not found any method for this problem in the literature yet.
generally, I could not find any study about the effect of porous jump on the flow uniformity. maybe, I don't know what keywords I should search for that. Does anybody have information about this matter?
thanks so much!
|April 5, 2013, 08:22||
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the velocity distribution through a stack or perforated plates can be modeled as plug flow. You can search Matrix Heat Exchanger for a few papers about that.
|flow uniformity, perforated plate, porous jump|
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