This lesson covers the concept of two-phase flow and heat transfer, focusing on solid-liquid flow. It explains different regimes of solid liquid slurry flow and their corresponding conditions for occurrences. The lesson also discusses methodologies for calculating pressure drops inside a pipe carrying slurry flow, both in laminar and turbulent regimes. It introduces the 2-layer model and explains how to calculate the pressure drop for non-Newtonian slurry. The lesson also provides an understanding of how heterogeneous slurry can be tackled and its related pressure drop calculated.

- The lesson provides a comprehensive understanding of different regimes of solid liquid slurry flow and their corresponding conditions.
- It explains the methodologies for calculating pressure drops inside a pipe carrying slurry flow in both laminar and turbulent regimes.
- The lesson introduces the 2-layer model and explains its application in calculating the pressure drop for non-Newtonian slurry.
- It provides insights into how to tackle heterogeneous slurry and calculate its related pressure drop.
- The lesson also discusses the concept of solid concentration and how to calculate it.

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