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Fluid Dynamics

, Volume 41, Issue 4, pp 531–544 | Cite as

Modeling of the turbulent motion of particles in a vertical channel

  • V. M. Alipchenkov
  • L. I. Zaichik
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Abstract

The results of modeling of the statistical parameters of a turbulent particle motion in a vertical plane channel are presented. The model is based on a kinetic equation for the particle velocity probability density function. The results are compared with direct numerical simulation.

Keywords

turbulence particles kinetic equation probability density function vertical channel accumulation effect 

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  • L. I. Zaichik

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