Design of Alternating Diffuser Pipes

by Aleksandar Nospal,
Jean-Claude Tatinclaux,

Serial Information: Journal of the Hydraulics Division, 1976, Vol. 102, Issue 4, Pg. 553-558

Document Type: Journal Paper


The present not reports the results of an experimental investigation of the maximum surface temperature rise induced by a section of the central part of an alternating multiport diffuser, where three-dimensional end effects can be neglected and the flow can be considered as two-dimensional. The empirical relationships obtained permit the prediction of the maximum temperature rise at the free surface of the receiving waters for a wide range of ambient flow conditions, given the diffuser and effluent characteristics.

Subject Headings: Three-dimensional flow | Two-dimensional flow | Pipes | Free surfaces | Overland flow | Temperature effects | Diffusion | Free flow

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