isothermal flow


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isothermal flow

[¦ī·sə¦thər·məl ′flō]
(thermodynamics)
Flow of a gas in which its temperature does not change.
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Thus, non linearity of the rheological behavior is not sufficient to induce irreversibility in isothermal flow conditions.
Isothermal flow studies in a reverse-flow gas turbine combustor" PhD thesis, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, December 1997.
For the experimental conditions of figure 5, calculated maximum pressures, based on a non-Newtonian isothermal flow in a linear wedge (ref.
To investigate the effect of the geometrical parameters on the flow distribution in the coat-hanger die, Wang (2) studied the influence of the manifold angle and the contour of the cross section of the flow channel on the exit velocity distribution using a three-dimensional (3D) finite element code with isothermal flow of power law fluids.
The variations of the flow rate with elevation using the fit that matches the isothermal flow rate at 0.
As a consequence, the shear rate of an isothermal flow is very low so that the Newtonian model can be appropriately applied.
Isothermal flow simulations are performed with the finite element method, in which melt flow calculations are simplified with the Hele-Shaw flow approximation.
In order to verify the upwind method we solved the driven cavity problem used widely for benchmarking incompressible isothermal flow codes.
Smith, Tucker and Tortorelli (8, 9) modeled Newtonian and non-Newtonian isothermal flow in a coat hanger die using a finite element (FE) implementation of the generalized Hele-Shaw 2-dimensional approximation, and optimized the die to minimize pressure drop subject to exit flow uniformity being within a set tolerance.