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The effect of pipe roughness on non-Newtonian turbulent flow
(Cape Technikon, 1999)
Pipe roughness is known to greatly increase the turbulent flow friction factor for Newtonian fluids. The well-known Moody diagram shows that an order of magnitude increase in the friction is possible due to the effect ...
The effect of the particle size distribution on non-Newtonian turbulent slurry flow in pipes
(Cape Technikon, 1996)
The handling of solid-liquid suspensions is an important concern within the chemical and processing industries and many theoretical models have been proposed to try and explain and predict turbulent flow behaviour. ...