Three-Dimensional Thermal Jump in Stratified Cooling Channelby L. -L. Guo, Univ of Western Ontario, London, Canada,
R. E. Baddour, Univ of Western Ontario, London, Canada,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Engineering Mechanics
Abstract: This study is concerned with basic properties of three-dimensional thermal jumps. Temperature measurements obtained in three-dimensional thermal jumps are presented. The jumps analyzed have identical initial densimetric Froude number (F0 = 7.5), enlargement ratio (β = 5), excess temperature (θ0 = 15°C), and dilution (S = 2.5). The experiment shows that the depth and length of the jump vary with the temperature of the ambient water. The results are compared with a thermal jump theory [Baddour(1992)].
Subject Headings: Temperature effects | Fluid flow | Thermal effects | Water stratification | Cooling (wastewater treatment) | Flow measurement
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