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When analyzing two-phase flow one may encounter four possible flow mechanisms (1): viscous-turbulent, turbulent-viscous, viscous-viscous, and turbulent-turbulent. Each mechanism is defined by the type of flow in the liquid and the gas phases, respectively. Flow in either phase with Reynolds numbers greater than 2,000 is considered turbulent.