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Unformatted text preview: on the variability in { } you predict and how important ow regime is in this case. (a) Take C as 1.2; use the small bubbles correlation in Table 112. (b) Take C as 1.2; use the slug ow correlation in Table 112. (c) Compute C from Dixs model; use the small bubbles correlation in Table 112. (d) Compute C from Dixs model; use the slug ow correlation in Table 112. Task 2. SFM Pressure Drop (9 points) Calculating { } as you did in Task 1DB, and taking 2 lo as 1.5, compute dp/dz SFM . Deliverable Hard copy solutions/discussion, as required in the tasks above, with the tasks individually numbered (in order) and stapled. Do not include this assignment sheet. Do not include your UFID#....
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