Ah, churn at 45 degrees? yeah. FIgures. It has the ‘middle’ behavior and it’s even in the middle when the angle’s set that way (against gravity). Good good.

Ah, churn at 45 degrees? yeah. FIgures. It has the ‘middle’ behavior and it’s even in the middle when the angle’s set that way (against gravity). Good good.
May be an image of text that says '0=45° Bubble Flow Churn Flow 0=70° 0=88° Elongated Bubble Flow (a) Slug Flow 0=90° 0=92° Stratified Flow (b) Stratified Wavy Flow Figure 2.7 (a) Some of observed water-gas flow patterns with typica'
Ok. So now that I’ve confirmed that Churn is what I seek, how significant is the oscillatory behavior of “churn”? Hopefully this will tell me.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0894177716302874
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Figure 2.7 (a) Some of observed water-gas flow patterns with typical inclinations, (b) some of oil-water-gas flow patterns obtained with typical inclinations, Oddie et al (2003)

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