Aerosol Cloud Propagation in a Closed Space
This paper presents the results of an experimental–theoretical investigation of the evolution of a cloud of aerosol particles in a closed space obtained by the shock-wave method. It has been shown that the prevailing propagation mechanism of aerosol particles of diameter 1–7.5 μm is convective diffusion. For the considered class of aerosols, the effective value of the convective diffusion coeffi cient in a closed space has been determined.
Keywordsaerosol particles shock-wave method aerosol cloud propagation closed space diffusion gravity sedimentation particle concentration mathematical modeling experimental investigation
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