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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Morphology and structure of CaC[O.sub.3] scale layers formed under isothermal flow conditions.
Thus, non linearity of the rheological behavior is not sufficient to induce irreversibility in isothermal flow conditions.
Numerical simulation of 3D turbulent isothermal flow in a vortex combustor.
" Isothermal flow studies in a reverse-flow gas turbine combustor" PhD thesis, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, December 1997.
All dies are designed on the premise of isothermal flow. This means that the die heating should be sufficient to heat and maintain the die at constant temperature across the face of the die--and the die should probably be insulated, too.
For the case of isothermal flow, by denoting the film thickness as [[delta].sub.is], the temperature [T.sub.is], the Reynolds number as [Re.sub.is] and the Galileo number as [Ga.sub.fis] = g[[delta].sup.3.sub.is]/[v.sup.2]f from Eqs.
Equation 2 is general and applicable for isothermal flow. However, it does exhibit one critical flaw.
For the experimental conditions of figure 5, calculated maximum pressures, based on a non-Newtonian isothermal flow in a linear wedge (ref.
The traditional method of evaluating design of fossil fuel boilers involves isothermal flow cold models and small pilot scale test furnaces.
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 0.3 m (0.98 ft) elevation and using CFD predictions for cases FC6 and FC7 are shown in Figures 5b and 5c, respectively.