The equations of motion governing the flow in the hydrocyclone
have been derived from laminar flow theory. Turbulence has been
considered from the point of view of two mixing length theories,
and the equations of motion have been modified to allow for
turbulence. Approximate techniques have been developed to solve
the resulting equations, and solutions are presented for the two
turbulence theorems. [Continues.]
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