A New Solution to the Brownian Coagulation Equation through the Use of Root-Shifted Problem-Specific Polynomials

  • KENDR EE J. SAMPSON
  • Published 2004

Abstract

The Brownian coagulation frequency has the property that very small particles can agglomerate with relatively larger particles at very high rates. This should reflect in transient solutions of the kinetic coagulation equation with initial conditions showing a large number of small-sized particles (for example, exponential distribution). Thus immediately… (More)

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