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Pipeline Design for Isothermal, Turbulent Flow of NonNewtonian Fluids
0 INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE
1 SCOPE
2 FIELD OF APPLICATION
3 DEFINITIONS
4 DESCRIPTION OF ANOMALOUS EFFECTS
4.1 Wall Slip
4.2 Drag Reduction in Polymeric Materials
4.3 Transition Delay by Polymeric Materials
4.4 Drag Reduction in Suspensions
5 DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR PRESSURE DROP
IN TURBULENT PIPE FLOW IN THE ABSENCE
OF DRAG REDUCTION
5.1 Pressure Drop in the Absence of Wall Slip and
Drag Reduction
5.2 Wall Slip
5.3 Pipe Roughness
5.4 Pipe Fittings
6 DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR DRAG REDUCING
POLYMERIC MATERIALS
6.1 General
6.2 Transition Delay
6.3 Pipe Roughness
6.4 Pipe Fittings
7 DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR DRAG REDUCING
FIBRE SUSPENSIONS
8 BIBLIOGRAPHY
9 NOMENCLATURE
FIGURES
1 DRAG REDUCTION PHENOMENA
2 TRANSITION DELAY PHENOMENA
3 PROCEDURE FOR THE CALCULATION OF
PRESSURE DROP IN TURBULENT NONNEWTONIAN
PIPE FLOW
4 TYPICAL RELATIONSHIP FOR Ψ VERSUS ʋ*
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