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Reference: I. M. Griffiths and P. D. Howell, (2007). Mathematical modelling of non-axisymmetric capillary tube drawing.Citable link to this page:

 

Mathematical modelling of non-axisymmetric capillary tube drawing

Abstract: This paper concerns the manufacture of non-axisymmetric capillary tubing via the Velloprocess, in which molten glass is fed through a die and drawn off vertically. The shapeof the cross-section evolves under surface tension as it flows downstream. The aim is to achieve a given desired final shape, typically square or rectangular, and our goal is to determine the required die shape. We use the result that, provided the tube is slowly varying in the axial direction, each cross-section evolves like a two-dimensional Stokes flow when expressed in suitably scaled Lagrangian coordinates. This allows us to use a previously derived model for the surface- tension-driven evolution of a thin two-dimensional viscous tube. We thus obtain, and solve analytically, equations governing the axial velocity, thickness and circumference of the tube, as well as its shape. The model is extended to include non-isothermal effects.

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Issue Date: 2007-08-10Identifiers

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Autor: I. M. Griffiths - - - P. D. Howell - - - - Bibliographic Details Issue Date: 2007-08-10 - Identifiers Urn: uuid:d2ae77de-a670-449

Fuente: https://ora.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:d2ae77de-a670-4490-920d-13c981608ec8



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