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Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulation of Transient Flow in Centrifuge Cascade Pipe Network With Optimizing Techniques

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  10/31/2014Mathematical modeling and computer simulation of transient flow in centrifuge cascade pipe network with optimizing techniqueshttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S08981221980014121/3 DOI: 10.1016/S0898-1221(98)00141-21.2.3.4.5.6.7. Computers & Mathematics with Applications Volume 36, Issue 4, August 1998, Pages 63–76 Mathematical modeling and computer simulation of transient flow incentrifuge cascade pipe network with optimizing techniques M.N. Malik , 1, , M. Afzal 1 , G.F. Tariq 1 N. Ahmed 1 Show more Under an Elsevier user license  Abstract Mathematical model and computer simulation for solution of transient flow in the complex pipe network of centrifuge cascade has been made to predict the behavior of its different components and their mutualinteraction. To make it more practical and efficient, a number of technical aspects ignored in other modelshave been included. All possible fittings of the system have been included and optimizing techniques developed to simulate the components and to achieve fast solution are presented. The model is especiallydeveloped to cater flow of gas in complex low pressure network having number of feedback or recyclingloops. The system of partial and ordinary differential equations along with a number of algebraic equationsarising from the physical network have been analyzed and solved. Keywords Transient flow model; Pipe network flow simulation; Ordinary and hyperbolic partial differentialequations; Computational algorithm; Stiff system of equations; Pipe network component modeling References E. Bender  Short note simulation of dynamic gas flows in networks including control loops Computers and Chemical Engg., 3 (1980), pp. 611–613 J.J. Guy Computation of unsteady gas flow in pipe networks Symposium Series No. 23Institute of Chemical Engineers, London (1967) M.T. Heath, J.C. Blunt Dynamic simulation applied to the design and control of a pipeline network No. HY1 J. Inst. of Gas Engg., 9 (4) (1969), pp. 261–279 E.B. Wylie, V.L. Streeter, M.A. Stoner  Unsteady state natural gas calculation in complex pipe system J. Society of Petroleum Engg. (1974), pp. 35–43 View Record in Scopus | Full Text via CrossRef  | Citing articles (18) K. Cohen The Theory of Isotopes Separation McGraw-Hill, New York (1952) S.V. Patankar, B.R. Baliga  A new finite-difference scheme for parabolic differential equations Numerical Heat Transfer, 1 (1978), pp. 27–37 View Record in Scopus | Full Text via CrossRef  | Citing articles (18) B. Carnhan, H.A. Luther, J.O. Wilkes    Get rights and content Open Archive Search ScienceDirect    Advanced search Download PDF   Export   Journals Books Shopping cartHelpSign in  10/31/2014Mathematical modeling and computer simulation of transient flow in centrifuge cascade pipe network with optimizing techniqueshttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S08981221980014122/3 8.9.10.11.1  About ScienceDirectContact and supportInformation for advertisersTerms and conditionsPrivacy policy  Applied Numerical Methods John Wiley and Sons, New York (1969), pp. 441–446 G.E. Forsythe, C.B. Moler  Computer Solution of Linear Algebraic Systems Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ (1967) F. Scheid Numerical analysis Schaum Series, McGraw-Hill, Singapore (1983) S.A. Forman Numerical Methods That Work Harper and Row, New York (1970), pp. 398–401 S.A. Forman Numerical Methods That Work Harper and Row, New York (1970), pp. 451–458 M. Alam, M.A. Atta, J.A. Mirza, A.Q. Khan Flow induced vibrations in gas tube assembly of centrifuge Nuclear Science and Technology, 23 (9) (1986), pp. 819–827 View Record in Scopus | Full Text via CrossRef  | Citing articles (2)  Author to whom all correspondence is to be addressed.The authors are thankful to A. Q. Khan and F. H. Hashmi for their encouragement in carrying out thisstudy. Special thanks to F. Alam, M. K. Kamal, and M. Akram for their help in preparing the manuscript. Copyright © 1998 Published by Elsevier Ltd. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier B.V. except certain content provided by third parties. ScienceDirect® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V.Cookies are used by this site. To decline or learn more, visit our Cookies pageSwitch to Mobile Site  Recommended articles Global solution algorithm with some assisting techn…Thermal hydrodynamical analysis of a countercurre…Mathematical models and methods in the water ind… View more articles » 1999, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engin… more 1998, Annals of Nuclear Energy more 2004, Mathematical and Computer Modelling more  Citing articles (12) Related book content  10/31/2014Mathematical modeling and computer simulation of transient flow in centrifuge cascade pipe network with optimizing techniqueshttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S08981221980014123/3
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