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2014 (Vol. 6, Issue: 5)
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Emitter Design and Numerical Simulation Based on the Extenics Theory

Jiang Fan, Ou Jiajie, Wang Yijun and Xiao Zhongmin
Corresponding Author:  Jiang Fan 

Key words:  Anti-clogging, emitter, numerical simulation, structure optimization, the extenics, ,
Vol. 6 , (5): 568-573
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August 19, 2013 August 27, 2013 May 10, 2014
Abstract:

In order to improve the performance of emitter, the extenics theory is introduced, whose divergent thinking is used to resolve the conflict of anti-clogging and energy dissipation and a new structure is proposed. The wide triangular areas are designed to reduce the flow rate behind of the each orifice and be easy to precipitation of impurities. The orifices are set to gradually decrease water kinetic energy and the flow channel is designed to be dismantle. The numerical simulation technology is used to analyze the internal flow field of emitter, the flow field results show that the improved emitter has great effect of energy dissipation and anti-clogging. As the same time, the structure of emitter is optimized and L1 = 31 mm, L2 = 21 mm, L3 = 8 mm and L4 = 5 mm are the optimization size values.
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Jiang Fan, Ou Jiajie, Wang Yijun and Xiao Zhongmin, 2014. Emitter Design and Numerical Simulation Based on the Extenics Theory.  Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, 6(5): 568-573.
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