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Water impact measurement of two overlapping high pressure flat jet nozzles using two different methods

KVAPIL, J. POHANKA, M.

Originální název

Water impact measurement of two overlapping high pressure flat jet nozzles using two different methods

Anglický název

Water impact measurement of two overlapping high pressure flat jet nozzles using two different methods

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en

Originální abstrakt

Descaling of hot rolled plates is a typical application for high pressure flat jet nozzles. A row of nozzles with an overlapping area at a direction of a moving hot plate is usually used. Homogeneity of descaling is very important parameter for final quality of the rolled plate. This paper describes the measurements of impact footprint for a single nozzle as well as for two overlapping nozzles. Two different methods of measurements were used. The first method measures impact forces in free stream, the second one measures impact forces of water stream penetrating through a forming water layer on a test plate. Size of a pressure sensor also influences the measurement data.

Anglický abstrakt

Descaling of hot rolled plates is a typical application for high pressure flat jet nozzles. A row of nozzles with an overlapping area at a direction of a moving hot plate is usually used. Homogeneity of descaling is very important parameter for final quality of the rolled plate. This paper describes the measurements of impact footprint for a single nozzle as well as for two overlapping nozzles. Two different methods of measurements were used. The first method measures impact forces in free stream, the second one measures impact forces of water stream penetrating through a forming water layer on a test plate. Size of a pressure sensor also influences the measurement data.

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@inproceedings{BUT29214,
  author="Jiří {Kvapil} and Michal {Pohanka}",
  title="Water impact measurement of two overlapping high pressure flat jet nozzles using two different methods",
  annote="Descaling of hot rolled plates is a typical application for high pressure flat jet nozzles. A row of nozzles with an overlapping area at a direction of a moving hot plate is usually used. Homogeneity of descaling is very important parameter for final quality of the rolled plate. This paper describes the measurements of impact footprint for a single nozzle as well as for two overlapping nozzles. Two different methods of measurements were used. The first method measures impact forces in free stream, the second one measures impact forces of water stream penetrating through a forming water layer on a test plate. Size of a pressure sensor also influences the measurement data.",
  booktitle="Engineering Mechanics 2010 - sborník",
  chapter="29214",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2010",
  month="may",
  pages="89--90",
  type="conference paper"
}