

2013 year, number 4
O.N. Kashinsky^{1}, V.V. Randin^{1,2}, and A.V. Chinak^{1}
^{1} Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
^{2} Novosibirsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia
Keywords: flat channel, gasliquid flow, bubbles, wall friction, heat transfer coefficient
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Results of experimental investigation of heat transfer and wall friction in the upward bubble flow in a flat inclined channel are presented. Measurements were carried out in the range of superficial liquid velocities of 0.3–1.1 m/s and different values of volumetric void fraction. The hydrodynamic structure was measured by means of the electrochemical method with the use of miniature friction sensors. The values of average friction and heat transfer at different channel orientation were determined. It is shown that in the bubble gasliquid flow we can observe a significant dependence of friction and heat transfer on the angle of channel inclination.

V.G. Baidakov and A.S. Pankov
Institute of Thermophysics UB RAS, Ekaterinburg, Russia
Keywords: ethanemethane solution, nucleation, homogenous nucleation, heterogeneous nucleation, attainable superheating
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Мethods of measuring lifetime and continuous pressure decrease were used to study kinetics of spontaneous boilingup of superheated ethanemethane solutions. The attainable superheats of solutions at two pressure values (1.0 and 1.6 MPa) and two concentrations of methane (2.1 and 6.0 mole %) were determined experimentally in the range of nucleation rate J = 1∙10^{4}–3∙10^{8} s^{–1}m^{–3}. At temperatures 266.5, 270.0, and 273.15 K, the attainable stretching of the studied solutions was measured. The experimental results were compared with the theory of homogeneous nucleation. At nucleation rates J ≥ 2.5∙10^{6} s^{–1}m^{–3}, there is a fair agreement of the theory and experiment. The discrepancy in attainable superheat temperatures Tn does not exceed 0.8 K. It is shown that significant underheating of solution to theoretical values Tn at J < 2.5∙10^{6} s^{–1}m^{–3} cannot be bound only with heterogeneous nucleation but is conditioned by other factors as well.

A.R. Kurochkin^{1}, P.S. Popel^{2}, D.A. Yagodin^{2}, and A.V. Borisenko^{1}
^{1} Ural Institute of the State Fire Service, Ekaterinburg, Russia
^{2} Ural State Pedagogical University, Ekaterinburg, Russia
Keywords: copperaluminum melts, density, gammamethod, molar volume
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The method of penetrating gammaradiation was used to measure the density of copperaluminum melts containing from 0 to 100 % aluminum in the range of temperatures from liquidus to 1300–1400 ºС; the concentration dependences of their molar volume were calculated as well. High accuracy of measurements (error not exceeding 0.2 %) allows using the values as reference data. Substantial nonmonotonicity of the molar volume isotherms that proves the complexity of the specified melts especially in the area of compositions rich in aluminum was found. The parameters of polynomials describing concentration dependencies of the molar volume with the error not exceeding 1 % are presented.

S.G. Martyushev^{1} and M.A. Sheremet^{1, 2}
^{1} Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia
^{2} Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, Russia
Keywords: conjugate heat transfer, natural convection, Boussinesq approximation, thermal radiation, diathermal medium, unsteady regime, numerical modelling
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A numerical analysis of the unsteady regimes of the natural convection and thermal radiation in a square enclosure with heatconducting walls has been carried out in the presence of a heat source of finite sizes located in the base zone under the conditions of convective exchange with the ambient medium. The mathematical model formulated in the dimensionless variables “stream function — vorticity — temperature” has been implemented numerically by a finite difference method. The influence of the reduced emissivity of internal surfaces of bounding walls on the local characteristics (the streamlines and temperature fields) and on the integral complex (the mean Nusselt number on typical boundaries) has been analyzed in detail for 0 ≤ ε < 1, the location of the heat source 0.1 ≤ l/L ≤ 0.4, and its length 0.2 ≤ l_{hs}/L ≤ 0.6 for Ra = 10^{6}, Pr = 0.7. The approximation relations have been derived for the mean convective and radiation Nusselt numbers depending on the reduced emissivity of the internal surfaces of bounding walls and the energy source location relative to vertical walls.

A.V. Gerasimov and A.P. Kirpichnikov
Kazan National Research Technological University, Kazan, Russia
Keywords: gasdynamics, heat exchange, flow, temperature, heat source, channel, section surface
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The analysis of energy balance equation for viscous laminar flow of fluid or gas in the cylindrical channel in the area (zone) of warmup bounded along the longitudinal coordinate is made. It was found that at laminar flow of fluid or gas in a round pipe, in each warmup area bounded along the longitudinal coordinate there are the areas of direct and reverse flows separated by a plane that is a locus of points where temperature is maximal for each fixed value of radial coordinate r.

V.M. Kulik
Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
Keywords: compliant coating, turbulent flow, boundary conditions, optimal parameters, value of deformation, velocity pulsations
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It is shown that with an increase in elasticity modulus of the coating material from 0.01 MPa to 100 MPa the pulsation velocity of coating surface changes not more than by 30 % and equals 0.17–0.24 of the value of dynamic flow velocity, and this can change significantly Reynolds stresses in the nearwall area. According to performed analysis, it was found out that the deformation value of the compliant coatings within the velocity range, optimal for their interaction with the turbulent flow, is only several units of the viscous scale. Moreover, these deformations are very gentle: the ratio of amplitude of deformation to wavelength is less than 10^{–3}. It is assumed that while modeling the interaction between the compliant coating and turbulent flow it is not necessary to transfer the boundary conditions to the moving coating surface. Perhaps, it will be sufficient to determine the velocity of wall motion over the undisturbed coating surface.

S.D. Salenko, Yu.A. Gosteev, and A.D. Obukhovskiy
Novosibirsk State Technical University, Novosibirsk, Russia
Keywords: bridge spans, aerodynamic characteristics, physical and mathematical modeling, wind tunnel, computational fluid dynamics
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The dependence of the aerodynamic characteristics of typical multibeam structures of bridge spans on the angle of attack, the incident flow turbulence, the number of beams, and the distance between them has been studied. For the model of three beams bridge span, the characteristic vortex structures were obtained, the thermoanemometer probing of the near wake was performed, and the diagrams of the distribution of the averaged pressure were plotted.

A.Zh. Zhainakov^{1} and A.Y. Kurbanaliev^{2}
^{1} Asanaliev Institute of Mining and Mining Technologies of the Razzakov Kyrgyz State Technical University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
^{2} KyzylKiysk HumanitarianPedagogic Institute of the Batken State University, Batken, Kyrgyzstan
Keywords: трехмерное моделирование, свободная граница, метод объема жидкости, прорыв плотины, наводнение, OpenFOAM
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The work presents the results of mathematical modeling of largescale flows in areas with a complex topographic relief. The Reynoldsaveraged Navier—Stokes equations constitute the basis of the threedimensional unsteady modelling. The wellknown Volume of Fluid method implemented in the solver interFoam of the open package OpenFOAM 1.7.1 is used to track the freeboundary location. The mathematical model adequacy is checked by comparing with experimental data. The efficiency of the applied technology is illustrated by the example of modeling the breakthrough of the dams of the Andijan (Uzbekistan) and Papan (near the Osh town, Kyrgyzstan) reservoirs.

A.M. Grishin and A.S. Yakimov
National Research Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia
Keywords: wood, thermal conductivity, pyrolysis, ignition, combustion
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The statements and numerical solution of the problem of igniting the wood wall as a result of the fire seat effect based on the mathematical model of a porous reacting medium are proposed. The original reagent ignition is found to be determined by the processes of drying, pyrolysis (decomposition and synthesis reactions) of dry wood, reaction of the carbon oxide oxidation as well as by the wood thermophysical properties.

O.I. Verba, E.P. Raschektaeva, and S.V. Stankus
Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
Keywords: thermal conductivity, refrigerant, R415A, vapor phase
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Thermal conductivity of refrigerant R415A in the vapor phase has been studied by the steadystate method of coaxial cylinders in the range of temperatures 308–415 K and pressures 0.12–1.68 MPa. The approximation dependence of thermal conductivity on pressure and temperature was determined. Thermal conductivity on the dew line and in the ideal gas state was calculated.

Yu.V. Gromyko, P.A. Polivanov, A.A. Sidorenko, D.A. Buntin, and A.A. Maslov
Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
Keywords: hypersonic flow, shortduration wind tunnel, fluctuations, noise, acoustics
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Tests were performed at Mach number M = 6. Observations of flow pulsations were performed with the help of highfrequency measurements of pressure and heat fluxes and with the help of hotwire anemometry. Measurements were carried out in a broad range of Re1 numbers at various orientations and locations of sensors with respect to the nozzle exit plane. It is shown that the TransitM noise varies weakly over the longitudinal coordinate, whereas on moving along the radial coordinate, some increase of the fluctuation level is observed due to approaching the mixing layer. Also, the distribution of axial asymmetry of the noise level was obtained.

V.Sh. Shagapov^{1} and Yu.A. Yumagulova^{2}
^{1} Institute of Mechanics of the Ufa Scientific Center of RAS ^{2} Birsk branch of the Bashkir State University
Keywords: pressure increase, thermal expansion, vaporization
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The problem of pressure increase at a thermal effect through a nondeformable wall on a liquid filling an enclosure is considered. The solutions are obtained for the cases of the plane, radially symmetric, and spherically symmetric problem statements, which describe the pressure variation due to thermal expansion and phase transitions. The influence of the initial liquid state and the enclosure shape on the pressure variation pace are analyzed.

A.N. Ishmatov^{1}, B.I. Vorozhtsov^{1}, and V.A. Arkhipov^{2}
^{1} Institute for Problems of Chemical and Energetic Technologies SB RAS, Biysk, Russia
^{2} Research Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia
Keywords: investigation technique, droplet dispersion, salt residue method, finely dispersed spraying of liquids, pulsed spraying, ultrasonic spraying, test solution, solution of NaCl in water, crystallization, particle morphology
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Both theoretically and experimentally, the suitability of a technique for studying the finely dispersed spraying of liquids based on an analysis of salt residue particles formed as a result of evaporation of test solutions of NaCl in water was evaluated. Data gained in studying the dispersion of droplets in the droplet clouds produced by pulsed and ultrasonic atomizers are reported. During pulsed atomization, salt residue particles of various morphologies were found to form, this finding pointing to realization of unsteady conditions for particle evolution.

Yu.B. Shmelkov and E.V. Samuilov
Krzhizhanovsky Institute of Power Engineering, Moscow, Russia
Keywords: thermal conductivity, transport properties, multicomponent systems
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A new method is proposed for computing the thermal conductivity of a gaseous mixture with regard for chemical reactions occurring therein, which enables the estimation of the thermal conductivity from each separate reaction to the chemical component of thermal conductivity. The method for determining the paired collision integrals, which is used in the work, is also briefly presented. The results computed by the proposed method are compared with experimental data and the data obtained by the existing computational methods in the temperature range from 500 to 2500 K under atmospheric pressure. The comparison was done both for pure gases and for the gaseous mixtures, including the combustion products of solid fuels. The obtained results may be applied for the development and design of systems related to heat exchange, gas dynamics, processing of solid and liquid fuels, for example, boiler aggregates, aviation engines, and in other applications.

