Particles in Turbulent Flows

  • ID: 2180266
  • Book
  • 318 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The only work available to treat the theory of turbulent flow with suspended particles, this book also includes a section on simulation methods, comparing the model results obtained with the PDF method to those obtained with other techniques, such as DNS, LES and RANS.

Written by experienced scientists with background in oil and gas processing, this book is applicable to a wide range of industries –– from the petrol industry and industrial chemistry to food and water processing.
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Preface

Introduction

1 Motion of Particles and Heat Exchange in Homogeneous Isotropic Turbulence

2 Motion of Particles in Gradient Turbulent Flows

3 Heat Exchange of Particles in Gradient Turbulent Flows

4 Collisions of Particles in a Turbulent Flow

5 Relative Dispersion and Clustering of Monodispersed Particles in Homogeneous Turbulence

6 Collision and Clustering of Bidispersed Particles in Homogeneous Turbulence
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Leonid I. Zaichik
Vladimir M. Alipchenkov
Emmanuil G. Sinaiski
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