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International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research
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International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research

DOI: 10.1615/InterJFluidMechRes.v38.i1.30
pages 26-37

Efflux Time Comparison for Tanks of Different Geometries

Ch. V. Subbarao
Department of Chemical Engineering, MVGR College of Engineering
P. V. Gopal Singh
Department of Chemical Engineering, MVGR College of Engineering
S. Kishore
Department of Chemical Engineering, MVGR College of Engineering
C. Bhaskara Sarma
Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering Mudhurawada
V. S. R. K. Prasad
Anil Neerukonda Institute of Technology & Sciences (ANITS)

RESUMO

Based on macroscopic balances, mathematical equations for efflux time during gravity draining of a Newtonian liquid (below its bubble point) from large open storage tanks of different geometries through exit pipe of same length and cross sectional area (the flow in the exit pipe being laminar) located at the centre of the bottom of the respective storage tanks are developed. The equations so developed are useful in arriving at the maximum time required for draining the contents of the respective storage vessels. To drain the same volume of liquid, the mathematical equations so developed are compared to find out "which of the tanks considered empty faster".

Referências

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  3. Morrison. K. R., Modeling and Computation Techniques for Fluid Mechanics Experiments.

  4. McCabe, W. C., Smith, J. C., and Hariot, P., Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering.

  5. Subbarao, Ch. V., King, P., and Prasad, V. S. R. K., Effect of Polymer Additives on the Dynamics of a Fluid for once through System.


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