Swirling flow of a perfect liquid in modelling washout of tank bottom sediments

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Published Dec 31, 2018
V. V. Zholobov S. L. Semin

Abstract


The vortex-like flow structure desired for washout of the sediment beds can be calculated using an analytical solution to the Euler formula. It is shown that using a combined vortex flow with disturbing the layer of sediment makes it possible to increase the concentration of the suspended particles, and to provide conditions for cleaning.

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Zholobov VV, Semin SL. Swirling flow of a perfect liquid in modelling washout of tank bottom sediments. PST [Internet]. 2018Dec.31 [cited 2019Sep.19];2(4):287-94. Available from: https://pipeline-science.com/index.php/PST/article/view/87

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Keywords

spiral vortex, structure of vortex formation, suspended sedimentation

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