High-pressure hydrogen leak through a narrow channel

Vladimir Molkov, Maxim Bragin

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Abstract

An analytical model for the equivalent jet diameter of high-pressure leaks of hydrogen through very small channels when friction and minor losses are not negligible is developed. Effect of losses on the equivalent jet diameter and the mass flow rate is studied. Comparison between predictions of the notional nozzle diameter by a previously developed model without accounting for flow losses, the new model accounting for losses, and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations is presented.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationNonequilibrium Phenomena: Plasma, Combustion, Atmosphere
Pages332-338
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Hydrogen
Analytical models
Nozzles
Computational fluid dynamics
Flow rate
Friction
Computer simulation

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Molkov, V., & Bragin, M. (2009). High-pressure hydrogen leak through a narrow channel. In Nonequilibrium Phenomena: Plasma, Combustion, Atmosphere (pp. 332-338)
Molkov, Vladimir ; Bragin, Maxim. / High-pressure hydrogen leak through a narrow channel. Nonequilibrium Phenomena: Plasma, Combustion, Atmosphere. 2009. pp. 332-338
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