INSULATION FLOW BALANCING

This case study investigates the balancing of forced flow through a perforated flow distribution manifold situated between the thermal insulation and the bottom of a cylindrical test cavity that forms part of a highly specialized experimental facility.  The purpose of the insulation and manifold is to adequately insulate the very high temperatures within the test section while still allowing forced flow of gas to enter at the bottom of the test cavity. 

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