Experimental Study on Sand Transport Characteristics in Horizontal and Inclined Two-Phase Solid-Liquid Pipe Flow

Archibong-Eso, A., Aliyu, A. M., Yan, W. , Okeke, N. E., Baba, Y. D., Fajemidupe, O., Yeung, H., , and , (2020) Experimental Study on Sand Transport Characteristics in Horizontal and Inclined Two-Phase Solid-Liquid Pipe Flow. Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice, 11 (1). 04019050. ISSN 1949-1190

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Experimental Study on Sand Transport Characteristics in Horizontal and Inclined Two-Phase Solid-Liquid Pipe Flow
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Abstract

An experimental investigation on the hydraulic transport of sand particles in pipelines is presented in both horizontal and 30° upward inclined orientations. The pipe, with an internal diameter of 0.0254 m, had sand transported in various water superficial velocities at low and high sand concentrations [0.1%–10% volume-to-volume ratio (v/v)]. Sand particles were polydisperse (144–250 μm) with a

Keywords:sand transport, Fluid mechanics, Pipe flows, three phase flows
Subjects:H Engineering > H850 Petroleum Engineering
H Engineering > H141 Fluid Mechanics
H Engineering > H830 Chemical Process Engineering
H Engineering > H800 Chemical, Process and Energy Engineering
H Engineering > H300 Mechanical Engineering
H Engineering > H810 Chemical Engineering
H Engineering > H200 Civil Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:48025
Deposited On:24 Mar 2022 14:35

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