Dispersed flow definition

Dispersed flow means uniform shallow flow that is conveyed to a vegetated filter strip as defined in Rule .1059 of this Section, another vegetated area, or stormwater control measure. The purpose of "dispersed flow" is to remove pollutants through infiltration and settling, as well as to reduce erosion prior to stormwater reaching surface waters.
Dispersed flow means uniform shallow flow that is conveyed to a vegetated filter strip as defined in Rule
Dispersed flow means uniform shallow flow that is conveyed to a vegetated filter strip as defined in Rule .1059 of this Section, another vegetated area, or stormwater control measure. The

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Dispersed flow is characterized by a scattered and dispersed fluid flowing within a continuous fluid.

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Film Boiling Stable film boiling, which is typically associated with the inverted annular flow pattern, is defined by Framatome as occurring at void fractions less than 0.6. Dispersed flow film boiling is defined as occurring at void fractions between 0.9 and 1.0. No heat transfer to liquid is credited in the dispersed flow film boiling region.

Dispersed flow occurred at high superficial oil and water velocities and were consistent in all three tubes.Flow transitions occurred at different flow conditions in each of the tubes.

Dispersed flow is flow where one phase is widely distributed as solid particles or bubbles in another continuous phase.

Dispersed flow occupied the highest flow velocities on both tubes.

Dispersed flow is prevele nt at high flow velocities and observed to have a wider range in macro- channels.At small Eötvös numbers (i.e., EoD <1) found in micro and mini-channels, corresponds to dominant surface tension forces.

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Dispersed flow patterns: one of the two phases is dispersed in the other, droplets in the gas or bubbles in the liquid.

Dispersed flow initiated in the larger tube at superficial oil and water rates of jo=2.22 m/s and jw=2.20 m/s respectively, while the smaller tube displayed the onset of dispersed flow at superficial oil and water velocities of jo=3.42 m/s and jw=3.39 m/s respectively.


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Dispersed flow means uniform shallow flow that is conveyed to a vegetated filter strip as defined in Rule .1059 of this Section, another vegetated area, or stormwater control measure. The purpose of “dispersed flow” is to remove pollutants through infiltration and settling, as well as to reduce erosion prior to stormwater reaching surface waters. [15A NCAC 2H .1002(13)] This Sub-item speaks to the objective of low density development; that is, to replicate the pre- development hydrology and water quality as much as possible by sending stormwater from the BUA on the site to vegetated areas where it will be infiltrated and evapo-transpired rather than being discharged to adjacent waters as surface runoff. It is also recommended that roof drains terminate at the landward edge of the vegetated setback. 15A NCAC 2H .1003(2)(c): VEGETATED CONVEYANCES. Stormwater that cannot be released as dispersed flow shall be transported by vegetated conveyances. A minimal amount of non-vegetated conveyances for erosion protection or piping for driveways or culverts under a road shall be allowed by the permitting authority when it cannot be avoided. Vegetated conveyances shall meet the following requirements:

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