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Published by Argonne National Laboratory .
Written in English


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StatementChen, S.S.
The Physical Object
Pagination45 p. $0.00 C.1.
Number of Pages45
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Open LibraryOL17585266M

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@article{osti_, title = {A review of two-phase flow-induced vibration}, author = {Chen, S S}, abstractNote = {Two-phase flow exists in many shell-and-tube heat exchangers and power generation components. The flowing fluid is a source of energy that can induce small-amplitude subcritical oscillations and large-amplitude dynamic instabilities. Flow-Induced Vibration book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Focuses on applications for offshore platforms and piping; and, win /5(5). Two-phase flow exists in many shell-and-tube heat exchangers and power generation components. The flowing fluid is a source of energy that can induce small-amplitude subcritical oscillations and large-amplitude dynamic instabilities. In fact, many practical system components have experienced excessive flow-induced vibrations. To prevent unacceptable flow-induced vibration, we must understand Author: S. S. Chen. In this note, a review of two-phase flow-induced vibrations is presented for crossflow as well as axial flow. The objectives are to summarize the excitation mechanisms, mathematical models, response characteristics, design considerations and future research : S. S. Chen.

Abstract: Flow-induced vibration (FIV) is the most critical dynamic issue in the design of shell-and-tube heat exchangers. This fluid–structure phenomenon may generate high amplitude movement of tubes or structural parts, which leads to fretting wear between the tubes and supports, noise or even fatigue failure of internal components. In this review paper, the mechanisms of internal two-phase flow induced vibration and assessment of the existing correlations and models are thoroughly reviewed. A comprehensive literature review is made in the open literature to collect the available experimental dataset and by: Abstract — Flow induced vibration with internal fluid flow for long slender cylindrical pipe conveying fluid is studied in this thesis. The fourth order partial differential equation of motion for lateral vibration is employed to develop the stiffness and inertia matrix corresponding to two . In many plants, vibration and noise problems occur due to fluid flow, which can greatly disrupt smooth plant operations. These flow-related phenomena are called flow-induced vibration. This book explains how and why such vibrations happen and provides hints and .

This chapter addresses flow-induced vibrations occurring in fluid machinery with a focus on vibration of blades and cascades, vibration of rotors partially filled with fluid, and vibrations induced by confined flows. Fluid machinery often encounter serious vibration problems. Axial-flow-induced vibration has been experimentally investigated with clamped-free cantilevered cylindrical rods confined in a tube and subjected to axial water flow directed from the rod free. Flow-Induced Vibration › Customer reviews; Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 6 customer ratings. 5 star 79% As mechanical working in thermal fluids, this book is pure gold! Dr. Blevins' book is an absolute must have in CFD and FEA for thermal fluids. It's jam-packed with fluid studies, theories, and analysis principals /5. The report also reviews current HTRI vibration analysis methods and offers specific recommendations for improvement. Given that two-phase flow inside a tube bundle is usually well separated, we suggest a modification of HTRI's present homogeneous flow model for two-phase flow-induced vibration analysis that incorporates these findings.