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Proc. ASME. ICONE29, Volume 7B: Thermal-Hydraulics and Safety Analysis, V07BT07A002, August 8–12, 2022
Paper No: ICONE29-92346
...) in a double subchannels tight lattice bundle was conducted using a double-layer wire-mesh sensor. The experiment channel and the SGWMVs were both up-scaled (1:2.7) considering the difference between the experimental flow conditions and the prototype flow conditions. The phase distributions for a series...
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Proc. ASME. ICONE28, Volume 4: Student Paper Competition, V004T14A003, August 4–6, 2021
Paper No: ICONE28-61490
... model. However, the quantitative measurement of bubbly flow is very difficult by Vb Individual bubble volume complicated bubble shape and overlapping of bubbles in XV Gas volume ratio of large bubble visualization. The wire-mesh sensor (WMS) is one of the most effective measuring methods for complicated...
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Proc. ASME. ICONE2020, Volume 3: Student Paper Competition; Thermal-Hydraulics; Verification and Validation, V003T13A014, August 4–5, 2020
Paper No: ICONE2020-16211
... and the pitch is 44.6mm. The total length of the dual sub-channels tight lattice is 3m. A self-developed 16 × 32 Wire-mesh sensor (WMS) was used to measure the void fraction distribution of air-water two-phase flow in the dual sub-channels tight lattice channel. The spatial resolution of the WMS is 2.79mm...
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Proc. ASME. ICONE2020, Volume 3: Student Paper Competition; Thermal-Hydraulics; Verification and Validation, V003T13A026, August 4–5, 2020
Paper No: ICONE2020-16434
... two-phase flow, where both void and holdup fractions were found to increase with N2 fraction in the supplied gas. The results were compared with previous studies, and a detailed analysis of bubble characteristics for different compositions of gases was performed using a wire-mesh sensor (WMS...