By A. Serizawa
There's expanding world-wide curiosity in acquiring an realizing of assorted multiphase move phenomena and difficulties by way of a typical language of multiphase circulate. This quantity includes cutting-edge papers that have been contributed from around the world through specialists engaged on all facets of multiphase flows. the quantity additionally highlights foreign technology-sharing within the fields of strength, atmosphere and public healthiness, to be able to create a brighter and sustainable destiny for guy and for all lifestyles within the subsequent century. it's meant that this quantity will function a big resource of literature for the development of multiphase move and allied fields.
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1x10 -) at the wall; and ε„ = 2v[d4k I dy} at the outlet. Two types of grid systems (293 χ 63 and 136 χ 33) were used to evaluate the computational results' dependence on the type of grid. Although not shown in the figure we acknowledge the grid-independent solutions in our calculations. 3. Numerical results All of the numerical results in this section were obtained by ensemble averaging over the trajectories of 32768 (=32 ) particles in the 293 x 63 grid. 0 Figure 15(a). Turbulence kinetic energy profiles in the presence of 500 μπι glass particles.
Detection of particle-path location in the laser sheet. When a larger particle passes through the edge of the laser sheet, it is impossible to distinguish a dispersedphase particle from a tracer of liquid. We used a twocontrol volume method comprising an Ar-laser sheet and two-infrared laser diode sheets which located along both side of the Ar-laser sheet. The images from these laser sheets were captured by two CCD cameras, each with an optical filter. By comparing the images, we can perfectly distinguish the dispersed-phase particle from the tracer-particle.
Multiphase Flow 1995 by A. Serizawa