Mansour al Qubeissi

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Two approaches to modelling the heating of evaporated droplets have been widely used in engineering applications. In the first approach the heat rate supplied to the droplets to raise their temperatures, q̇d, is derived from the requirement that droplet evaporation rates, inferred from steady-state equations for mass and heat balance, should be the same.(More)
A new kinetic model for heating and evaporation of Diesel fuel droplets is suggested. The model is based on the introduction of the kinetic region in the immediate vicinity of the heated and evaporating droplets, where the dynamics of molecules are described in terms of the Boltzmann equations for vapour components and air, and the hydrodynamic region. The(More)
A previously developed kinetic model for two-component vapour and background gas (air) is applied to the analysis of droplet heating and evaporation in Diesel engine-like conditions. The model used in the analysis is based on the introduction of the kinetic region in the immediate vicinity of the droplets and the hydrodynamic region. The presence of two(More)
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