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12) are illustrated in Fig. 14. The comparison between the data points from Barnea et al.  and the flow pattern map for 2° inclined flow also showed very satisfactory agreement. Although the flow patterns may have similar names for both horizontal and inclined flow; that does not mean that the flow patterns in the inclined positions have identical Advances in Void Fraction, Flow Pattern Maps and… Advances in Multiphase Flow and Heat Transfer Vol. 1 (2009) 27 characteristics of the comparable flow patterns in the horizontal position.
Flow patterns that can be observed in horizontal two-phase flow are illustrated in Fig. 10. The flow map for horizontal flow with the representative 26 Advances in Multiphase Flow and Heat Transfer Vol. 1 (2009) Ghajar and Tang photographs of the various flow patterns is shown in Fig. 11. The various flow patterns for horizontal flow depicted in Fig. 11 show the capability of our experimental setup to cover multitude of flow patterns. The shaded regions represent the transition boundaries of the observed flow patterns.
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