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Note on the Importance of Imperfect-Gas Effects and Variation of Heat Capacities on the Isentropic Flow of Gases

Description: "The errors involved in using the perfect-gas law pv = RT and the assumption of constant heat capacities are evaluated. The basic equations of gas flows taking into account these phenomena separately and at the same time are presented" (p. 1).
Date: December 10, 1948
Creator: Donaldson, Coleman duP.
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Flow of Gases Through Beds of Broken Solids

Description: Report issued by the Bureau of Mines over studies conducted on the effects of vapor flow through beds of broken solids. Methods and results of the studies are presented and discussed. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Date: 1929
Creator: Furnas, C. C.
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A Note on the Transient Gas Flow Problem

Description: From abstract: "Expressions have been obtained for pressure distribution, velocity, volume flux, and total cumulative production of a gas well as a function of time after opening of a closed-down well... The calculations can be applied to problems involving short-term transient flow of gases, such as in experiments with radioactive tracers."
Date: June 1953
Creator: Sakakura, A. Y.
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Numerical Methods for a Porous Medium Equation

Description: The degenerate parabolic equation has been used to model the flow of gas through a porous medium. Error estimates for continuous and discrete time finite element procedures to approximate the solution of this equation are proved and a new regularity result is described.
Date: August 1978
Creator: Rose, Michael Edward
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Flow Stability of Gas-Solids Suspensions: Final Report

Description: From abstract: One of the principal purposes of the work reported was to study the stability of gas-solids suspensions in the presence of a thermal gradient. Previously reported experience with unstable suspensions is summarized.
Date: February 1964
Creator: Wachtell, G. P. & Waggener, J. P.
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Description: An analysis is presented of the dynamics of a turboblower acting together with its connecting circuit. This is to be distinguished from the aero- thermodynamics involved in the design of the blower itself. The effect on system stability of blower and circuit characteristics is discussed. (auth)
Date: April 16, 1958
Creator: Furgerson, W.T.
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The Influence of the Molecular Mean Free Path on the Performance of Hydrodynamic Gas Lubricated Bearings. Interim Report

Description: A modified Reynolds equation is derived for gaslubricated hydrodynamic bearings operating under ''slip flow'' conditions. Closed analytical solutions are given for a Rayleigh-type step-bearing and an inclined plane slider bearing for the case of two-dimensional flow. The influence of the molecular mean free path on the performance of bearings of arbitrary form is obtained by means of a small parameter, perturbation technique. (auth)
Date: June 1, 1958
Creator: Burgdorfer, A.
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Estimating large-scale fracture permeability of unsaturatedrockusing barometric pressure data

Description: We present a three-dimensional modeling study of gas flow inthe unsaturated fractured rock of Yucca Mountain. Our objective is toestimate large-scale fracture permeability, using the changes insubsurface pneumatic pressure in response to barometric pressure changesat the land surface. We incorporate the field-measured pneumatic datainto a multiphase flow model for describing the coupled processes ofliquid and gas flow under ambient geothermal conditions. Comparison offield-measured pneumatic data with model-predicted gas pressures is foundto be a powerful technique for estimating the fracture permeability ofthe unsaturated fractured rock, which is otherwise extremely difficult todetermine on the large scales of interest. In addition, this studydemonstrates that the multi-dimensional-flow effect on estimatedpermeability values is significant and should be included whendetermining fracture permeability in heterogeneous fracturedmedia.
Date: May 17, 2005
Creator: Wu, Yu-Shu; Zhang, Keni & Liu, Hui-Hai
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EOS3nn: An iTOUGH2 module for non-Newtonian liquid and gasflow

Description: This report documents the iTOUGH2 module EOS3nn, developed for modeling two-phase isothermal flow of a non-Newtonian liquid and a non-condensible gas in multidimensional, porous and fractured geologic media. This document supplements the TOUGH2 and iTOUGH2 user s guides and is therefore not a self-contained manual. It presents information on the physical processes modeled and the mathematical and numerical methods used. Also included are two sample problems for code testing and benchmarking. Modeling scenarios and approaches are discussed to illustrate problem setup and usage of the EOS3nn module.
Date: August 1, 2002
Creator: Wu, Yu-Shu; Finsterle, Stefan & Pruess, Karsten
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Description: A computational evaluation of a particle collector design was performed to evaluate the behavior of aerosol particles in a fast flowing gas stream. The objective of the work was to improve the collection efficiency of the device while maintaining a minimum specified air throughput, nominal collector size, and minimal power requirements. The impact of a range of parameters was considered subject to constraints on gas flow rate, overall collector dimensions, and power limitations. Potential improvements were identified, some of which have already been implemented. Other more complex changes were identified and are described here for further consideration. In addition, fruitful areas for further study are proposed.
Date: September 27, 2007
Creator: Lee, S & Richard Dimenna, R
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Membrane Oxygen Enrichment Cost and Application Evaluation

Description: A separation process, similar to the reverse osmosis membrane process for the desalination of water, can be used for the separation and enrichment of multi-component gas streams. The development of new processing methods and modular packing systems together with advanced commercialization of desalination systems now makes similar processes for gas separation appear feasible and economical. Composite membranes have been developed that are both thin enough to provide a large gas flow and strong enough to withstand the driving pressure of the incoming gas. This is done by depositing a polymer on the finely porous surface of a fabric-reinforced supporting membrane. The resulting material is then formed into a spiral-wound element that provides a large amount of membrane area in a small volume. Laboratory experiments using gas separation membranes by Fluid Systems Division of UOP and by General Electric Company have established the technical feasibility of using such membranes to produce oxygen-enriched air. A preliminary analysis of membrane oxygen enrichment economics was prepared by the Fluid System Division of UOP which shows that oxygen enrichment could be profitable for combustion systems up to 100 tons of oxygen per day. A supporting economic study made by Econergy Associates reaffirms the positive economic potential for a 1000-ton/day, 30% oxygen enrichment plant.
Date: March 1979
Creator: Fischer, Jack & Burnett, Lowell J.
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