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E. oil continuous at the top of the pipe and water continuous at the bottom of the pipe. The water continuous layer is thin and could contain a small amount of oil drops. The water layer persists until about 72% oil fraction after which the signal of the ring probe also reaches a zero value and the mixture becomes oil continuous throughout the pipe cross section. The variations in the flow configuration and the formations of zones with fluid with different continuity in the transitional region result in fluctuations in the flow properties.
Phase inversion will therefore occur when the frequencies of drop collision and coalescence become equal. 48 (3) I d where DI is the impeller diameter, and Ka is a constant that was found to depend on the system and physical properties, varying from 10-3 to 107. Both coalescence and break up phenomena were considered by Vaessen et al.  who used expressions of drop coalescence and breakage frequency to estimate at each phase fraction the “stationary” drop size where coalescence and break up are balanced.
N. Anderson and J. W. Lund, Direct Utilisation of Geothermal Energy: A Technical Handbook. Geothermal Resources Council Special Report No. 7. 1979. R. Harrison, “The design and economics of European geothermal heating installations”, Geothermics, vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 61-71, 1994 M. Shiraishi, K. Kikuchi, and T. Yamanishi, “Investigation of heat transfer characteristics of a two-phase closed thermosyphon”, Proc. 4th Int. , 1981, pp. 95–104. 34 Advances in Multiphase Flow and Heat Transfer Vol. 2 (2009)                 Revankar H.
Advances in multiphase flow and heat transfer Vol. 2 by Lixin Cheng; Dieter Mewes