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This paper summarizes the data important in the engineering design of film equipment, Beats Studio viz. pressure drop, mean film thickness and entrainment. Runs were carried out in a straight vertical Perspex tube of diameter 25 mm and length about 2 m with a water-air system at room temperature. The properties of the system were measured at gas velocities below 50 m/s and liquid flow rates up to 265 cm<img height="34" border="0" style="vertical-align:bottom" width="11" alt="" title="" src="http://origin-ars.els-cdn.com/content/image/1-s2.0-0300946779801161-si1.gif">.Relationships for calculation of the measured parameters as functions of gas and liquid flow rates and the height of the tube are proposed. A novel three-dimensional finite volume (FV) procedure is described in detail for the analysis of geometrically nonlinear problems. The FV procedure Beats Solo Canada is compared with the conventional finite element (FE) Galerkin approach. FV can be considered to be a particular case of the weighted residual method with a unit weighting function, where in the FE Galerkin method we use the shape function as weighting function. A Fortran code has been developed based on the finite volume cell vertex formulation. The formulation is tested on a number of geometrically nonlinear problems. In comparison with FE, the results reveal that FV can reach the FE results in a higher mesh density.