Mathematical Simulation of Particle-Laden Gas Flows

Part of the Atomic, optical, and plasma physics book series (SSAOPP, volume 41)

In studying the processes of motion of disperse impurity in the form of solid particles and its inverse effect on the characteristics of turbulence of the carrier continuum, an important part is played by methods of mathematical simulation. Numerous modes of flow of gas suspension, an attempt at classifying which is described in Sect. 1.5, served a basis for the development of a large number of mathematical models of such flows. In constructing models of heterogeneous flows of the most diverse classes, investigators always face an alternative. On the one hand, it is necessary to take into account as many as possible physical processes occurring in heterogeneous flows, which often brings about an undue complication of mathematical formalization of the phenomena being treated. On the other hand, the detailing of a large number of processes the information about each one of these processes is not always indisputable may result in a lower reliability of the model being developed.


Heat Transfer Disperse Phase Carrier Phase Mathematical Simulation Turbulent Eddy 
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