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]Determination of the Zone with a Particularly High Risk of Endogenous Fires in the Goaves of a Longwall with Caving22During ventilation of longwalls, part of the air stream migrates into goaves with caving. In the case where these goaves contain coal susceptible to spontaneous combustion, such air flow through the goaves may lead to the formation of favourable conditions for coal oxidation and, subsequently, for its self-heating and spontaneous combustion. The ensuing endogenous fire may constitute a serious hazard to the mining crew and underground operations. The article presents the results of a numerical analysis of air stream flowing through the goaves of a longwall with caving ventilated with the U-type system from the exploitation field borders. The purpose of the analysis was to demarcate the zone with a particularly high risk of endogenous fires within the goaves. The hazardous values of air flow speed and oxygen concentration in the goaves, responsible for the commencement of low-temperature coal oxidation, were determined for specific mining and geological conditions545553J.BrodnySilesian University of Technology, Zabrze, 41-800, PolandSilesian University of Technology, Zabrze, 41-800, Polandpaysjaroslaw.brodny@polsl.plM.TutakSilesian University of Technology, Gliwice, 44-100, PolandSilesian University of Technology, Gliwice, 44-100, Polandpaysmagdalena.tutak@polsl.plCFD Endogenous fire Longwall Goaves Underground coal mine.[Brodny, J. and M. Tutak (2015). Numerical analysis of airflow and methane emitted from the mine face in a blind dog heading. Management Systems in Production Engineering 2/2015, 110-118.##
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]Effect of Channel Boundary Conditions in Predicting Hydraulic Jump Characteristics using an ANFIS-Based Approach22Hydraulic jump is a phenomenon which is used to dissipate the kinetic energy of the flow and prevent scour below overflow spillways, chutes and sluices. This paper applies adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) as a Meta model approach to estimate hydraulic jump characteristics in channels with different bed conditions (i.e. channels with different shapes and appurtenances). In hydraulic jump characteristics modeling, different input combinations were developed and tested using 1700 experimental data. The obtained results indicated that the applied method has high capability in modeling hydraulic jump characteristics. It was observed that the developed models for expanding channel with a block performed more successful than other channels. For rectangular channels, it was found that the basin with rough bed led to better predictions compared to the basin with a step. In the prediction of jump length, the superior performance was obtained for the model with input combinations of Froude number and the relative height of jump. From the sensitivity analysis, it was induced that, Fr1 (upstream Froude number) is the most significant parameter in modeling process. Also comparison between ANFIS and semi-empirical equations indicated the great performance of the ANFIS. 555565K.RoushangarFaculty of Civil Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, IranFaculty of Civil Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iranpayskroshangar@yahoo.comR.GhasempourFaculty of Civil Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, IranFaculty of Civil Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iranpaysr.ghasempour93@ms.tabrizu.ac.irR.ValizadehFaculty of Civil Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, IranFaculty of Civil Engineering, University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iranpaysreyhaneh_valizadeh_rvacivil@yahoo.comANFIS Boundary conditions Expanding channels Hydraulic jump characteristics Rough bed.[Azamathulla, H. M., A. Ghani and Y. F. Seow. (2012). ANFIS-based approach for predicting sediment transport in clean sewer. Applied Soft Computing 12(3), 1227-1230.##
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]Numerical Investigation on Temperature and Flow Characteristics of a Tornado-Like Vortex by using Large-Eddy Simulation22The present work is about numerical simulations of the tornado-like vortex flow generated by our group based on LES techniques which is executed on a three-dimensional computational grid and results have been compared with experimental ones. Different subgrid-scale stress model and finite volume method are adopted to solve the low Mach number compressible Navier-Stokes equations using the different computational domain and boundary conditions, which are mainly to assess the model feasibility. All the simulations were performed using ANSYS FLUENT14.5 in consistency with the real experimental model which avoided the performances of the different techniques and turbulence models introducing other variables. Numerical results suggest that the vacuum degree, temperature difference and the rotation strength decayed in the axial and radial direction regularly changed with inlet gauge pressure p0 from 100 to 400 kPa which are consistent with experimental results. The accurate numerical simulation of this specific flow, resulting in an improved prediction capability of the flow and thermal properties of tornado-like vortex, could allow a correct estimation of the vacuum and energy separating performance of this device in strong rotating jet operation. Furthermore, computational results illustrate that strong rotating jet turbulent flow under the conditions of the certain pressure, temperature, velocity profiles and distribution can formed tornados-like vortex evolution and maintaining mechanism due to a large gradient in radial temperature, pressure and velocity balanced by inertia force, centrifugal force and rotational kinetic energy dissipation.585595K.LiSchool of Energy and Environment, Inner Mongolia University of Science and Technology, Baotou, Inner Mongolia, 014010, ChinaSchool of Energy and Environment, Inner Mongolia University of Science and Technology, Baotou, Inner Mongolia, 014010, Chinapayskelitsinghua@gmail.comM.XiangNational University of Defense Technology, College of Aerospace Science and Engineering, Changsha, Hunan, 410073, ChinaNational University of Defense Technology, College of Aerospace Science and Engineering, Changsha, Hunan, 410073, Chinapaysxiangmin333@hotmail.comY.HuInstitute of Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, ChinaInstitute of Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, Chinapaysyu_hu@mail.tsinghua.edu.cnX. L.HuangInstitute of Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, ChinaInstitute of Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, Chinapayshuangxliang@tsinghua.edu.cnH. Y.QiInstitute of Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, ChinaInstitute of Thermal Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, Chinapayshy_qi@tsinghua.edu.cnLarge-eddy simulation Tornado-like vortex jet Ranque-Hilsch effect Vacuum degree Energy separation.[Behera, U., P. J. Paul, K. Dinesh and S. Jacob (2008). Numerical Investigation on flow behavior and energy separation in Ranque–Hilsch vortex tube. Int J Heat Mass Tran. 51, 6077-6089.##
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]A Dramatic Enhancement of Heat Transfer in Dream Pipe with Viscoelastic Fluids22A mathematical investigation on the combined effect of oscillation and conjugation on the enhancement of heat transfer in a heat pipe called Dream Pipe is carried out, when viscoelastic fluids (CPyCl/NaSal) are employed as the heat carriers. Closed-form solutions for the momentum and heat equations are presented. The physical and thermal properties of the polymer solution used are obtained by experiments. The effects of thermal conductivity and thickness of the wall, fluid thickness, Womersley number (α), Deborah number and Prandtl number on the enhancement of heat transfer are examined. Results obtained in the present analysis are in excellent agreement with those of the existing literature. The effective thermal diffusivity (κe) is maximized at optimum α where the fluid flow exhibits a resonant behavior. Several maxima occur in κe for several resonant frequencies and the dramatic increase in κe due to oscillation for the viscoelastic fluid is 5.63 x 109 times higher than that obtained by the molecular motion. This increase is much higher than that (1.84 x 104 times) obtained for the Newtonian fluid. κe is increased with increasing wall thermal conductivity and thickness in the viscous regime whereas in the elastic regime the effect of conjugation is saturated. In the viscous regime, a maximum increase of 50.63% in κe is obtained by optimizing the wall thickness. Also κe increases with increasing molar ratio of concentrations of counterion to surfactant. A maximum heat flux of 4.54 x 1010 W/m2 is achieved using a viscoelastic fluid with thermally conducting wall and this highest heat flux is 207 times higher than that (2.19 x 108 W/m2) obtained with the Newtonian fluid (liquid metal). Hence, viscoelastic fluids are preferable to liquid metals as working fluids in the Dream Pipe. The new insights gained by the present investigation are useful while designing viscoelastic Dream Pipes and micro channel heat exchangers.
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]Flame Length Scaling of C2H4-Air Premixed Flames under Acoustic Forcing22An experimental study has been carried out to investigate the effects of inlet velocity, equivalence ratio, and acoustic forcing on flame lengths and flame center lengths in a dump combustor. A premixed gas of ethylene and air was supplied to a combustor through an inlet section and an acoustic driver was used to generate acoustic forcing to simulate unstable combustion. By changing these parameters, combustion tests were performed and flame images were taken using an ICCD camera with a bandpass filter corresponding to a CH* chemiluminescence band. Flame lengths/flame center lengths were obtained from the flame images and were analyzed with respect to dimensional parameters. For a more general finding, the flame length and flame center length were normalized by the inlet width. The dimensional parameters were also replaced with non-dimensional parameters such as the Reynolds number, Strouhal number, Damköhler number, and normalized inlet velocity fluctuation, since dimensional parameters have a complex influence on these non-dimensional parameters. The normalized flame lengths and flame center lengths could be expressed well as a function of the non-dimensional parameters. It was found that an increase in the Reynolds number and a decrease in the Strouhal number, Damköhler number and normalized inlet velocity fluctuation caused the flame length/flame center length to become greater.647654D.HwangSchool of Mechanical Engineering, Chungbuk National University, Chungdae-ro 1, Seowon-gu, Cheongju, Chungbuk 28644, KoreaSchool of Mechanical Engineering, Chungbuk National University, Chungdae-ro 1, Seowon-gu, Cheongju, Chungbuk 28644, Koreapaysdonghyunwow@naver.comK.AhnSchool of Mechanical Engineering, Chungbuk National University, Chungdae-ro 1, Seowon-gu, Cheongju, Chungbuk 28644, KoreaSchool of Mechanical Engineering, Chungbuk National University, Chungdae-ro 1, Seowon-gu, Cheongju, Chungbuk 28644, Koreapayskbahn@cbnu.ac.krY.YoonDepartment of Aerospace Engineering, Seoul National University, 1 Gwanak-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 08826, KoreaDepartment of Aerospace Engineering, Seoul National University, 1 Gwanak-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 08826, Koreapaysyoon@jafmonline.netFlame length Flame center length Dump combustor Combustion instability Turbulent vortex flame.[Ahn, K. (2014). Effect of combustion instability on heat transfer in a subscale thrust chamber. Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial Cooperation Society 15(6), 3403-3409.##
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]Electroosmotic Pumping Between Two Immiscible Electrical Conducting Fluids Controlled by Interfacial Phenomena22In this study, the isothermal electroosmotic flow of two immiscible electrical conducting fluids within a uniform circular microcapillary was theoretically examined. It was assumed that an annular layer of liquid adjacent to the inside wall of the capillary exists, and this in turn surrounds the inner flow of a second liquid. The theoretical analysis was performed by using the linearized Poisson-Boltzmann equations, and the momentum equations for both fluids were analytically solved. The interface between the two fluids was considered uniform, hypothesis which is only valid for very small values of the capillary number, and shear and Maxwell stresses were considered as the boundary condition. In addition, a zeta potential difference and a charge density jump were assumed at the interface. In this manner, the electroosmotic pumping is governed by the previous interfacial effects, a situation that has not previously been considered in the specialized literature. The simplified equations were nondimensionalized, and analytical solutions were determined to describe the electric potential distribution and flow field in both the fluids. The solution shows the strong influence of several dimensionless parameters, such as μr, εr, , and , and , on the volumetric flow. The parameters represent the ratio of viscosity, the ratio of electric permittivity of both fluids, the dimensionless zeta potential of the microcapillary wall, the dimensionless charge density jump and charge density between both fluids, and the electrokinetic parameters, respectively.667678A.MatíasDepartamento de Termofluidos, Facultad de Ingeniería, UNAM, México City, 04510, MexicoDepartamento de Termofluidos, Facultad de Ingeniería, UNAM, México City, 04510, Mexicopaysmac_zog@hotmail.comO.BautistaESIME Azcapotzalco, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México City, 02250, MexicoESIME Azcapotzalco, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México City, 02250, Mexicopaysobautista@ipn.mxF.MéndezDepartamento de Termofluidos, Facultad de Ingeniería, UNAM, México City, 04510, MexicoDepartamento de Termofluidos, Facultad de Ingeniería, UNAM, México City, 04510, Mexicopaysfmendez@unam.mxJ.EscandónESIME Azcapotzalco, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México City, 02250, MexicoESIME Azcapotzalco, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México City, 02250, Mexicopaysjescandon@ipn.mxImmiscible conducting fluids Electroosmosis Circular microcapillary Maxwell stress Interfacial stress..[Brask, A., G. Goranovic and H. Bruus (2003). Electroosmotic pumping of nonconducting liquids by viscous drag from a secondary conducting liquid. Tech Proc Nanotech 1, 190–193.##
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]Numerical Analysis of the Effects of Riblets on Drag Reduction of a Flat Plate22In recent years, marine transportation as well as land and air transportation has become in the centre of attention. There has been an attempt to reduce the drag exerted on vessels by various methods, such as rough surfaces and base bleed. Study of the high-speed seawater animals like sharks and dolphins has triggered the use of riblets on the hull of marine vessels. The use of riblet is easy among various methods of skin friction drag reduction. For this reason, there is an interest for construction and optimization of riblet as an efficient and economical way. In this research, the shark’s skin was modeled for the first time in ANSYS CFX using Computational Fluid Dynamics, through analyzing the effects of riblet on a submerged flat plate. Different types of riblet based on height and space between micro channels were studied, and then a comparison between a riblet-covered plate and a smooth plate in various velocities were performed. It was found that by selecting the most appropriate type of riblet, 11 % drag reduction can be attained. Then, by comparing different types of riblets, the best type for drag reduction was selected. Furthermore, the obtained results were compared with the available experimental data.679688A.HeidarianDepartment of Marine Engineering, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr, IranDepartment of Marine Engineering, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr, Iranpaysalireza_heydarian2008@yahoo.comH.GhassemiDepartment of Maritime Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Tehran, IranDepartment of Maritime Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Tehran, Iranpaysgasemi@aut.ac.irP.LiuAustralian Maritime College, University of Tasmania, Locked bag 1395, Launeston, TAS 7250, AustraliaAustralian Maritime College, University of Tasmania, Locked bag 1395, Launeston, TAS 7250, Australiapayspengfei.liu@utas.edu.auDrag reduction Flat plate Riblet Micro channels.[ANSYS CFX-Solver Theory Guide. (2011).##
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]Modeling and Optimization of the Magnetohydrodynamic Conduction Pump by Particle Swarm Method22The paper is dedicated to the study and the optimization of a magnetohydrodynamic conduction pump. Electromagnetic pumps have several advantages to mechanical pumps, they do not use a moving mechanical part, unlike traditional electric motors, and they transform electromagnetic energy directly into kinetic energy. A fluid is set in motion in a magnetic field by an electric field supplying an electric current to the terminals of electrodes immersed in the fluid. The optimization procedure based on the particle swarm method uses a fitness function as the minimum of the mass. The electromagnetic model is carried out by the finite volume method and the steady fluid flow by COMSOL software. The optimized results of the performance characteristics of the electromagnetic pump are obtained.689694K.BoualiFaculty of Applied Sciences Kasdi Merbah University, Ouargla, 30000, AlgeriaFaculty of Applied Sciences Kasdi Merbah University, Ouargla, 30000, Algeriapaysbouali.khadidja@univ-ouargla.dzF. Z.KadidL.E.B Laboratory Electrical Engineering Department, University of Mostefa Benboulaid Batna 2, 05000 Batna AlgeriaL.E.B Laboratory Electrical Engineering Department, University of Mostefa Benboulaid Batna 2, 05000 Batna Algeriapaysfzohra_kadid@hotmail.comR.AbdessemedL.E.B Laboratory Electrical Engineering Department, University of Mostefa Benboulaid Batna 2, 05000 Batna AlgeriaL.E.B Laboratory Electrical Engineering Department, University of Mostefa Benboulaid Batna 2, 05000 Batna Algeriapaysrachidabdessemed@gmail.comA.Taleb AhmedLaboratory LAMIH UMR CNRS UVHC, University of Valenciennes and Hainaut Cambresis 59313 Valenciennes, Cedex 9 FranceLaboratory LAMIH UMR CNRS UVHC, University of Valenciennes and Hainaut Cambresis 59313 Valenciennes, Cedex 9 Francepaystaleb@univ-valenciennes.frA.ToumiUniversity Mohamed khider Biskra, Biskra, 07000, AlgeriaUniversity Mohamed khider Biskra, Biskra, 07000, Algeriapaysabida_ba@yahoo.frFluid mechanics Magnetohydrodynamic Conduction pump Particle swarm Finite volume method Fitness function Constraints Optimization. [Alloui, N. and C. Fetha (2017). Optimal design for hybrid active power filter using particle swarm optimization. Trans. on Electrical and Electronic Materials 18(3), 129-135.##
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]An Optical Flow Measurement Technique based on Continuous Wavelet Transform22Flow measurement underwater oil leak is a challenging problem, due to the complex nature of flow dynamics. Oil jet flow associated with a multi-scale coherent structure in both space and time direction. Optical plume velocimetry (OPV) was developed by (Crone, McDuff, and Wilcock, 2008), and it was the most accurate technique that used for oil leak flow measurement. Despite its better estimation, the OPV measured the oil flow rate with high uncertainty of 21%. This is due to the multi-scale phenomena of oil flow, as well as the limited accuracy of direct cross correlation (DCC) typically used by OPV. This paper proposed a novel technique that considers the multi-scale property of turbulence in flow measurement. The proposed technique is based on continuous wavelet transform and estimates the flow using the following steps: Decomposition of turbulent flow signal by using continuous wavelet transform (CWT), correlation coefficient estimation in which Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithm was used, interpolation and peak detection for the estimated correlation coefficients, and finally, the velocity field estimation. In order to validate the CWT-based technique, a turbulent buoyant jet, which has a similar flow-type of oil jet was experimentally simulated. Then, the CWT-based technique was applied to measure the jet flow, and the outcomes of the technique was compared to the experimental results. As a result, utilizing a smaller number of wavelet scales lead in better flow measurement as compared to the use of larger scales. CWT-based technique was accurately estimated the jet flow rate with standard error of 0.15 m/s, and outperformed the classical algorithms, including FFT, and DCC algorithms, which were measured with error of 3.65 m/s and 4.53 m/s respectively.695707A. BOsmanMechanical Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, PerakMechanical Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, Perakpaysosmanano68@gmail.comM.OvinisMechanical Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, Perak, MalaysiaMechanical Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysiapaysmark_ovinis@utp.edu.myI.FayeFundamental and Applied Sciences Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, Perak, MalaysiaFundamental and Applied Sciences Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysiapaysibrahima_faye@utp.edu.myF. M.HashimMechanical Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, Perak, MalaysiaMechanical Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysiapaysfakhruldin_mhashim@petronas.com.myH.OseiMechanical Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, Perak, MalaysiaMechanical Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Seri Iskandar, 32610 Tronoh, Perak, Malaysiapaysharrisdecanny@yahoo.comMulti-scale Turbulent signal decomposition Wavelet transform Optical technique.[Adrian, R. J. (2005). Twenty years of particle image velocimetry. Experiments in Fluids 39(2), 159-169.##
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]Numerical Investigation of Fluid Flow Mechanism in the Back Shroud Cavity of a Centrifugal Pump22A detailed analysis on the fluid flow distribution in the back shroud cavity is significant for accurately calculat-ing axial forces in the operation of centrifugal pumps. The numerical calculation results and the experimental results were basically consistent on the performance of the centrifugal pump and the fluid flow characteristics in the back shroud cavity. Distribution of velocity field was researched in the back shroud cavity. We plot the axial distribution curves of the dimensionless circumferential and radial components of velocity of the fluid inside the cavity with different angles and radii. We then analyze the fluid pressure distribution in the back shroud cavity and compare it with experimental results. Results show that the fluid flow in the back shroud cavity involves the core area and the fluid leakage. Results also show that the fluid in the core area behaves like a revolving rigid body. At the operating points of the same flow rate, the cross-sectional area of the volute directly affects the flow rate of the fluid in the back shroud cavity, significantly restricting the fluid flow in that component. How-ever, the flow pattern in the turbulent boundary layer is strongly affected by the leakage flow; hence, the distri-bution of velocity is not axially symmetric. When the flow rate increases from 0.8 Qsp to 1.2 Qsp, the radial dif-ferential pressure between the sealing ring and the volute decreases. Meanwhile, the disc friction loss of the impeller-to-wall inside the back shroud cavity tends to be more circumferentially or radially equal, whereas the radial leakage rate in the back shroud cavity tends to decrease. The fluid flow in the back shroud cavity compris-es the circumferential shear flow and radial differential pressure flow and is considered as a 2D viscous laminar flow.
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]Experimental Investigation and Numerical Simulation of Morphological Changes in Natural Channel Bend22Sediment transport is an important process in maintaining balance of the form of river. The transport of bed load particles affects the processes of aggradation and degradation of the riverbed significantly. To predict the evolution process of the river morphology, the numerical model is considered as a useful tool. This study developed a two-dimensional (2D) depth-averaged model for the morphological change in the river bend. The flow module is represented by the shallow water equations, and the river morphological changes are represented by the sediment continuity equation. The sediment transport module treats bed load as mixtures of multiple grain-size sediments. A finite difference method was applied to solving the governing equations. The developed model was applied to predict bed-load transport rate on one set of the laboratory experiment. A field study was further applied to demonstrate the capability of the developed model in predicting morphological change in the curved river section in South Korea. The simulation results of the developed model were in good agreement with field data both laboratory experiment and natural channel bend.721731S. K.LeeSustainable Management of Natural Resources and Environment Research Group, Faculty of EnvironmentSustainable Management of Natural Resources and Environment Research Group, Faculty of Environmentpaysleeseungkyu@tdt.edu.vnT. A.DangUniversity of Science, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City 227 Nguyen Van Cu Str., 5 Dist., Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamUniversity of Science, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City 227 Nguyen Van Cu Str., 5 Dist., Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnampaysdtan@hcmus.edu.vnExperimental Numerical model Bedload Grain-size Curved channel.[Alho, P. and J. Mäkine (2010). Hydraulic parameter estimations of a 2D model validated with sedimentological findings in the point bar environment, Hyd.Processes 24(18), 2578-2593.##
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