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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.

Citation: ASHRAE Transactions, Volume 86, Part 1, Los Angeles, California