Two-phase Flow Short Course
Course Fee: US$650
Using an application-oriented approach, we explain the fundamentals of two-phase flow and work through some key models useful for engineering analyses. Wherever possible, videos will illustrate two-phase phenomena. Sample problems reinforce the implications of two-phase modeling assumptions. At the end of the course, you will have a set of tools and recommendations to help you with your day-to-day engineering challenges. The integration of HTRI research experiences and findings make this course unique and relevant to the process industry.
- Tubeside and shellside flow regimes, and their dependence on geometry (e.g., pipe size, inclination, baffle spacing)
- Static, frictional, and momentum pressure drop: basics and important correlations
- The impact of service type (boiling, condensation, adiabatic) on two-phase distribution and pressure drop
Engineers who work in two-phase heat exchanger or process piping applications