Subsonic flow of a real compressible gas in a vertical pipe

Filippov, A.; Akhmetova, O.; Krupinov, A.
May 2012
Russian Physics Journal;May2012, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p1423
Academic Journal
The problem of stable motion of a real gas that obeys the van der Waals state equation in a vertical pipe is considered with allowance for the gas compressibility. The dependences obtained allow contributions of different processes to the formation of the pressure field and the character of density and velocity variations depending on the observation point to be judged as functions of the pipe length.


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