Temporal Concentration Profiles in Steady and Unsteady Pipe Flow
datasetposted on 03.03.2021, 17:14 by James Hart, Frederick SonnenwaldFrederick Sonnenwald, Ian GuymerIan Guymer
This dataset describes experimental solute traces (upstream and downstream temporal concentration profiles) recorded at the University of Warwick from 2010-2013 in steady and unsteady pipe flow. It accompanies the journal articles entitled "Residence Time Distributions for Turbulent, Critical, and Laminar Pipe Flow" (Hart et al., 2016) and "Longitudinal Dispersion in Unsteady Pipe Flows" (Hart et al., 2021). This dataset was collected by Dr James Hart (Hart, 2013). Dr Fred Sonnenwald uploaded this archive under EPSRC grant EP/P012027/1.
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