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This is a merging of two Wikipedia articles that I created
I created both the "Souders-Brown equation" and the "Vapor-liquid separator" articles on the Wikipedia. Well over 95% of the content in those two articles was written by me. I also created the image used in both of those articles.
I combined the two articles into one article (because there was a good deal of overlap between the two articles) to create this CZ article Souders-Brown equation. - Milton Beychok 22:54, 10 February 2008 (CST)
A cyclone separator is sometimes in the same way, e.g., as a flash separator.  I wonder if it might be appropriate to mention this competing technology in this article? Best wishes, Walter Siegmund 09:19, 11 February 2008 (CST)
- Walter, I apologise for not responding sooner. Yes, a gas-liquid cyclone can be used as a flash separator. However, to the best of my knowledge , the Souders-Brown equation is not used in the design of cyclones and this article is about that equation. Perhaps, what we need is another article about gas-liquid cyclones. Would you be willing to undertake writing such an article? Best regards, - Milton Beychok 21:10, 17 February 2008 (CST)