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Fluid Dynamics

, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp 242–246 | Cite as

Aerosol aspiration into a tube from a calm medium

  • Sh.Kh. Zaripov
  • L. M. Zigangareeva
  • O. M. Kiselev
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Abstract

The problem of aerosol aspiration into a thin-walled tube from a calm medium is solved. The dependence of the aspiration coefficient on the Stokes number and the steady-state settling velocity is investigated. The results obtained are compared with the calculations [1, 2] and the experimental formula [3].

Keywords

Settling Velocity Aerosol Sampling Stokes Number Tube Entrance Aerosol Flow 
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  • Sh.Kh. Zaripov
  • L. M. Zigangareeva
  • O. M. Kiselev

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