Navier-Stokes Exact Solutions Morphologies “Behaviour” in Pipes and Coaxial Cylinders using Simple Closed Forms

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Navier-Stokes Exact Solutions Morphologies “Behaviour” in Pipes and Coaxial Cylinders using Simple Closed Forms

Statharas J. C.

Professor, General Department of Engineering Science ,

National & Kapodistrian University of Athens , 34400 Psachna Evias, Chalkis Greece (corresponding author)

Vlachakis N. W. ,

Invited Researcher ,

AbstractIn this article, new morphologies of exact solutions of the full set of NavierStokes equations in the presence of porous boundaries of axisymmetric rotating geometries are presented. Such flows have significant industrial applications including filtration and particle separation.

KeywordsNavier-Stokes, porous cylinder, Bessel fumction, rotating pipes

  1. INTRODUCTION

    In the present investigation we have considered the flow in pipes and between porous rotating cylinders. The effect of suction and injection is studied on the walls of pipes and of the cylinders. Several authors have analysed [ 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 ] all these flows for the NavierStokes equations for incompressible flow, written in polar-coordinates. In a new attempt to resolve these equations strong analytically with closed forms, according to an Polyanin-Aristov assumption [9], it is assumed that the effect of the body force by mass transfer phenomena is the porosity of the porous boundary in which the fluid moves. The effect of porous boundaries on the viscous flow is examined for two different cases. The first one examines the flow between two rotated porous cylinders and the second one discusses the swirl flow in a rotated porous pipe.The developed solutions are of general application and can be applied to any swirling flow in porous axisymmetric rotating geometries.The exact solutions are obtained by employing the Bessel functions for the case of three dimensional unsteady flow between rotated porous cylinders and for the case of unsteady swirl flow in rotated porous pipes.

  2. MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL MODELLING

    For the first case study we assume the flow of a Newtonian fluid within a rotating porous cylindrical pipe (Figure 1), and for the second case study the flow through an annulus formed between two rotating porous cylinders (Figure 2). . For the two cases, the basic equations are the mass conservation equation and the equations of motion (NavierStokes), in a cylindrical system of coordinates r,,z where the z axis lies

      1. Conditions in a rotating pipe

        Figure 1. Flow within a rotating porous pipe

      2. Axial flow conditions in two rotating porous cylinders

    Figure 2: Rotating porous cylinders

  3. GOVERNING EQUATIONS

    Considering that the flow modelling describes the motion of a homogeneous incompressible Newtonian fluid, the Navier Stokes equations have as follows:

    ur + ur + uz + 1 u =0

    along the centre of the symmetry, r is the radial distance and

    is the peripheral angle.

    r r

    z r

    (1)

    u u u2

    u 1 P

  4. 3b. Time-dependent flow between rotating coaxial

    r +u r +u r = +

    r z

    r z

    cylinders with suction-injection at the porous walls. (Version

    t r r

    2u 1 u

    z r

    u 2 u 2)

    [ r +

    r r + r ]

    r2

    r r r2 z 2

    (2)

    The exact solutions The boundary conditions

    u +u u + ur u +u

    u = 1 1 P +

    t r r r

    z z r r

    u = A +Cekt s in

    2u 1 u u

    2 u

    r r

    ur (r = )=V 1, ur (r =1)=V 2 (14)

    [ +

    + ]

    r2

    r r r2

    z2

    (3)

    u = A +C ekt co s u

    (r= )= W 1

    , u (r =1)= W 2

    uz +u

    uz +u

    uz = 1

    P +

    r

    R1

    R2 (15)

    t r r

    2

    z z z

    2

    uz=0

    (16)

    [ uz + 1

    uz + uz ]

    r2

    r r

    z2

    (4)

    IV.4. One-dimentional flow in centrifugal pumps impellers

    IV. EXACT SOLUTIONS SETS AND THEIR OWN BOYNDARY CONDITIONS .

    The exact solutions The boundary conditions

    1. Time-dependent swirling flow in a rotated porous pipe

      u = J

      e

      e

      bz

      1

      u (r= )= W 1

      R1

      , u

      (r =1)= W 2

      R2 (17)

      The exact solutions The boundary conditions

      bz k t 2

      bz k t 2

      uz =A J 0 e e + B (1r ) uz (r=0 )=Umax , uz (r=1)=0 (5)

      ur =0 (18)

      uz =0 (19)

      0.5 ( J 2 + J 2) e2 b z=p

      b z

      kt u (r =0)=0 , u ( r=1)=V

      0 1

      p p

      p J 2 e2bz

      (20)

      ur = A J 1 e e

      r r

      (6)

      =0 ,

      z =0 ,

      = 1

      r r (21)

      u C ekt

      u ( r=1)= W

      = r

      R (7)

      From the pressure field described by (20) and (21) for z=0, one can derive the manometer head for any centrifugal pump. This

    2. Time-dependent axial flow between two coaxial porous rotating cylinders

      The exact solutions The boundary conditions

      derivation will appear in the next publication of the authors.

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    C ekt

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    u =

    u (r= )=

    r R2

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    2 (10)

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    R2 (12)

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V V 2

=

=

W 1

  • R2

(32)

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2 1 1

t a n

APPENDIX

FLOW FIELD BETWEEN ROTATING COAXIAL CYLINDERS WITH SUCTION-INJECTION AT THE POROUS WALLS (Figure 3).

Figure 3. Rotating coaxial cylinders

C K rekt s in + A2 + A C ekt s in =p

2 r2 r

C K ek t s in A2 AC ekt s i n p

=

r3 r2 r

C K rekt co s AC ekt co s p

+ r =

Version 2.

u = +C e s in

u = +C e s in

(33)

(34)

(35)

(36)

A

A

kt

kt

r

r

r

r

(37)

Version 1.

u = +C e s in

u = +C e s in

A

A

kt

kt

r

r

r

r

(22)

ur (r =)=V 1 (38)

t=0

ur (r=1)=V 2 (39)

ur (r =)=V 1 (23)

t=0

A +C s in =V

1

(40)

ur (r =1)=V 2 (24)

A +C s in =V

A A

=V 2V 1

A= V 2V 1

1 1

(41)

1

(25)

V V

A+C s in =V

2 (42)

1 1

1 1

V 2A

V 2A

A A =V V A= 2 1

2 1

2 1

V V 2

2 1

2 1

A+C s in =V 2 (27)

( 1 )

1

1

1

V 2V 1

V 2V 1

1

1

1

1

(26)

V

V

V

C= s in = s in

V 2 1

= s in 1

(43)

C= V

2A

= 1 (V

2

2

V 2V

1 )= 1

2

1

u = A +C ekt co s

u = A +C ekt co s

s in

s in

1 1

u =C ekt co s

u =C ekt co s

s in

1 1

(28)

(29)

r

r

u (r= )= w1

R1

w

= A + C c os , t =0

(44)

(45)

u (r = )=

w1

= C co s , t =0

u (r=1)=

2

R2

= A+ C co s , t =0

(46)

R1

(30)

W =( A + C co s )R

, t =0

w 2 1 1

(47)

u (r =1)=

R 2

= C co s , t =0

(31)

W2=( A + C co s ) R2

, t =0

(48)

C K rekt s in + +

kt

=p

C K rekt s in + +

kt

=p

A

A

2

2

r2

r2

A Ce (cos+ s in )

r

A Ce (cos+ s in )

r

(49)

2

2

C K e s in

C K e s in

kt 2A

kt 2A

A C e

A C e

kt

kt

r3

r3

(cos+sin )= p

(cos+sin )= p

r2

r2

r

r

(50)

C K rekt c os +

C K rekt c os +

A C ekt (sin +co s )

r

A C ekt (sin +co s )

r

=

=

p

p

(51)

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