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Spray-Wall Impact

  • A. L. N. MoreiraEmail author
  • M. R. Oliveira Panão
Chapter

Abstract

Spray-wall impact is an important process in numerous applications such as internal combustion (IC) engines, spray cooling, painting, metallurgy, and many others. This chapter reviews the main challenges in this dynamic thermofluid event and attempts to systematize the knowledge developed in the hydrodynamics of multiple drop impacts and liquid deposition, the statistical analysis of secondary atomization after impact, and the thermodynamics underlying heat transfer processes in spray impaction onto heated surfaces.

Keywords

Atomization Correlations Deposition Drop Interaction Heat transfer Impinging spray Liquid deposition Multiple drop impacts Secondary thermodynamics Spray Spray-wall impact Statistics 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Instituto Superior TécnicoIN+ Centro de Estudos em Inovação Tecnologia e Políticas de DesenvolvimentoLisboaPortugal

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