Effects of the Injection of Droplets on a Stationary Shock Wave in a Nozzle
A numerical simulation of the flow of gases through a converging-diverging nozzle, where droplets are injected in a given section of the divergent, is presented. The two-dimensional equations are solved by a TVD scheme where fluxes are computed by using a new Riemann solver for the dispersed phase, and an exact Riemann solver for the gas phase equations. The behaviour of the initial shock wave as a function of the particles injection location is examined in this paper.
Key wordsNozzle flow Droplet injection
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