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Record #126207:

The morphology of ice layers in curved rectilinear channels / J. Braun, H. Beer.

Title: The morphology of ice layers in curved rectilinear channels / J. Braun, H. Beer.
Author(s): Braun, J.
Beer, H.
Date: 1993.
In: CRREL Special Report. (1993.), Vol. 93-22 (1993)
Abstract: Turbulent-flow heat transfer and ice formation are investigated theoretically and experimentally. Water flows through cooled test section, resulting in solid crust of differing thickness at concave and convex surfaces. Detailed description of steady-state morphology of ice structure is given for large Reynolds number and cooling parameter regime. Physical model is developed to describe interaction between essential forces influencing structure of turbulence. Ice layers determined numerically compare satisfactorily with experimental results.
Notes:

CRREL Special Report. Vol. 93-22 :55-64 (1993).

Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.322 -- Ice and snow.
548.5 -- Ice crystals.
621.5 -- Refrigeration and heat pumps.
621.6 -- Fluid engineering.
519.673 -- Modelling.
E4 -- Glaciology: physics and chemistry of ice.
SPRI record no.: 126207

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