Oct 29, 2010

Discharge Characteristics of Canonical Sprinkler Sprays

Discharge Characteristics of Canonical Sprinkler Sprays is a good fire Engineering project for final year students.Detailed characterization of spray behavior and its relationship to nozzle geometry, fluid properties, and injection characteristics is needed to advance water-based suppression technology and fire related computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tools. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar.In this study, a series of experiments have been conducted to measure discharge characteristics of sprays produced by basic injector configurations modeled after conventional pendant sprinklers. Liquid jets of various sizes were injected downwards onto flat deflectors, tined deflectors, and boss-modified tined deflectors to establish the three canonical configurations explored in this study.

Author:-Blum, Andrew
Source:- University of Maryland


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