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Publisher: Springer Verlag
Languages: English
Types: Article
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This study investigates the effect of airflow (in the range of 0–70 m s-1) on the pressure-drop characteristics for a novel multi-layered, nickel-based porous metal, as a function of thickness (affected by sectioning) and density (affected by compression). In addition to generating unique data for these materials, the study highlights the need for precise pinpointing of the different flow regimes (Darcy, Forchheimer and Turbulent) in order to enable accurate determination of the permeability (K) and form drag coefficient (C) defined by the Forchheimer equation and to understand the complex dependence of length-normalised pressure drop on sample thickness.
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    • Dukhan, N., Ali, M. Transition Among Flow regimes in 10-ppi Open-cell Aluminum Foam. in The 7th International Conference on Porous Metals and Metallic Foams. 2011. Busan, Korea.
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    • Mostafid, A., Entrance and Exit Effects on Flow through Metallic Foamsin Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. 2007, Concordia University: Montreal. p. 114.
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