10 edition of **Turbulent Particle-Laden Gas Flows** found in the catalog.

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Published
**September 14, 2007**
by Springer
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Written in English

- Mechanical Engineering & Materials,
- Technology & Engineering,
- Science,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Engineering (General),
- Engineering - General,
- Mechanics - General,
- Science / Physics,
- Fluid dynamics,
- Particle-laden flow,
- Science / Mechanics,
- Turbulent flow,
- Reference,
- Dynamics of a particle,
- Gas flow,
- Two-phase flow

**Edition Notes**

Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 194 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL12810158M |

ISBN 10 | 3540680535 |

ISBN 10 | 9783540680536 |

A reflection layer, as previously observed in particle laden turbulent S-shaped channels, is also apparent in the strongly curved pipe with heavy particles. In addition, depending on the curvature, the central regions of the mean Dean vortices appear to be completely depleted of particles, as observed also in the partially relaminarised region Cited by: The objective of this study is to improve Eulerian-Eulerian models of particle-laden turbulent flow. We begin by understanding the behavior of two existing models—one proposed by Simonin [von Kármán Institute of Fluid Dynamics Lecture Series, ], and the other by Ahmadi [Int. J. Multiphase Flow16, ()]—in the limiting case of statistically homogeneous particle-laden turbulent by:

T1 - Particle dispersion and mass transfer in turbulent shear flows. AU - Garrick, Sean C. AU - Bühlmann, Michael. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - DNS of condensation mass transfer in particle-laden incompressible turbulent mixing layers are : Sean C. Garrick, Michael Bühlmann. The dispersion of particles in the presence of turbulent gas flow is studied theoretically using a stochastic separated flow model and the results compared with the available experimental data. As the particle loading in the jet is of the order of percent, the particles are assumed to have negligible effect on the mean and the turbulent.

DOI: /le_transport_in_turbulent_fluids Introduction The transport of particles as solids, droplets or bubbles by a turbulent flow is a common enough feature in many natural and industrial processes; the mixing and combustion of pulverized coal in coal fired stations, and the dispersal of pollutants in the atmosphere and in. Particle transport in fully‐developed turbulent channel flow has been investigated using large eddy simulation (LES) of the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations. Calculations were performed at channel flow Reynolds numbers, Re τ, of and (based on friction velocity and channel half width); subgrid‐scale stresses were parametrized using the Lagrangian dynamic eddy viscosity by:

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The investigations on particle-laden gas flows around a sphere can be found in Schuch and Löffler [13], Varaksin [14] and Ho [15]. In such flows, the impact efficiency η is defined as the ratio. Problems of physical simulation of turbulent gas flows which carry solid particles are treated in detail.

This monograph will be useful for researchers involved in investigations of gas dynamics and heat and mass transfer in multiphase flows, as well as for university professors, post-graduate students, and students. Results are given of experimental and theoretical studies of "gas-solid particles" turbulent two-phase flows.

Special emphasis is placed on studies of the behavior of particles suspended in a turbulent gas flow and their feedback effect on the characteristics of flow of the carrier phase. The. Get this from a library.

Turbulent particle-laden gas flows. [A Y Varaksin] -- "Results are given of experimental and theoretical studies of "gas-solid particles" turbulent two-phase flows. Special emphasis is placed on studies of the behavior of particles suspended in a. Concise information about single-phase and heterogeneous turbulent flows --Mathematical simulation of particle-laden gas flows --Physical simulation of particle-laden gas flows --Particle-laden channel flows --Particle-laden flows past bodies.

Series Title: Springer series on atomic, optical, and plasma physics, Responsibility: A.Y. Varaksin. Turbulent Particle-Laden Gas Flows A.Y. Varaksin. Results are given of experimental and theoretical studies of "gas-solid particles" turbulent two-phase flows.

Special emphasis is placed on studies of the behavior of particles suspended in a turbulent gas flow and their feedback effect on the characteristics of flow of the carrier phase. @article{osti_, title = {Prediction of the particle laden gas flows}, author = {Abbas, A.S.

and Koussa, S.S. and Lockwood, F.C.}, abstractNote = {The problem of calculating particle laden flow, such as that in a PF combustor, is considered herein. The computational efficiencies of handling the particle phase on Eulerian and Lagrangian bases are compared for a one-dimensional flow.

Abstract Citations (5) References Metrics Export Citation NASA/ADS. Turbulent Particle-Laden Gas Flows Varaksin, Aleksej Y. Abstract. Not Available. Publication: Turbulent Particle-Laden Gas Flows: with Figures. Pub Date: DOI: / Bibcode: .V Keywords: Physics; full text sources.

Publisher |Cited by: Turbulent Particle-Laden Gas Flows (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics) th Edition. by Aleksei Y. Varaksin (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: Aleksei Y.

Varaksin. Modeling particle-laden turbulent gas flows Donald Koch Cornell University An important challenge for many energy-related applications is to develop accurate models for the turbulent flow of gases laden containing a small volume fraction but order one mass loading of particles.

Such flows differ significantly from single phase turbulent flows. Cite this chapter as: () Particle-Laden Channel Flows. In: Varaksin A.Y. (eds) Turbulent Particle-Laden Gas Flows. Atomic, optical, and plasma physics, vol The book is devoted to the problems of modeling turbulent gas flows carrying a dispersed impurity in the form of solid particles.

Particular attention is directed to consideration of various collisional processes (particleâ€“particle, particleâ€“wall, particleâ€“body) occurring in heterogeneous flows.

With the use of a large file of experimental and numerical data, dimensionless. Multisized particle laden turbulent flows occur in many situations related to environment, health, comfort and safety for man and equipment.

Among others an interesting engineering situation is the near zone of discharges with particulate matter or the exhaust and ventilation in industrial environments, characterised by free jets eventually Cited by: 1. Heat transfer in a turbulent particle-laden channel flow Article in International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 55(s 23–24)– November with 58 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

After validating the method for a single fluid, for standard boundary layer problems, we study changes in mean and turbulent properties of particle‐laden flows, as a function of particle size and by: 3.

Lightstone, Self-consistency and the use of correlated stochastic separated flow models for prediction of particle-laden flows, International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, /, 21,(), ().Cited by: Guan Heng Yeoh, Jiyuan Tu, in Computational Techniques for Multiphase Flows, Classification of Gas–Particle Flows.

Gas– particle flows can be sub-divided into two sub-classes of flows, namely gas–solid and gas–droplet flows. The main difference between these two flows is that mass transfer does not occur in the former but occurs in the latter. Aerosol Filtration - Ebook written by Dominique Thomas, Augustin Charvet, Nathalie Bardin-Monnier, Jean-Christophe Appert-Collin.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Aerosol Filtration.5/5(1). Dritselis, Chris D Direct numerical simulation of particle-laden turbulent channel flows with two- and four-way coupling effects: budgets of Reynolds stress and streamwise enstrophy.

Fluid Dynamics Research, Vol. 48, Issue. 1, p. CrossRef; Google ScholarCited by: The objective of the present numerical study is the validation of wall-bounded, turbulent particle-laden air flow simulations for a wide range of flow and particle parameters (i.e., flow and particle Reynolds numbers, Stokes number, particle-to-fluid density ratio, ratio of particle diameter to turbulent length scale) covering the one- two- and four-way coupling by: 4.

Turbulent flow simulation by Particle-based Method Prometech Software, Inc. Turbulent flow around a wing profile, Micro Flows Mixing of Two Different Fluids - Duration.Technical Report: Predictive modeling of particle-laden, turbulent flows.Turbulent particle-laden gas flows.

By Aleksei Y Varaskin. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Abstract. Results are given of experimental and theoretical studies of "gas-solid particles" turbulent two-phase flows. Special emphasis is placed on studies of the behavior of particles suspended in a turbulent gas flow and their feedback effect on the Cited by: