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Development of a two-dimensional laminar mixing layer at supercritical pressures

@article{Davis2019DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a two-dimensional laminar mixing layer at supercritical pressures},
  author={Branson Davis and Jordi Poblador-Ibanez and William A. Sirignano},
  journal={arXiv: Fluid Dynamics},
  year={2019}
}
Numerical analysis of a shear layer between a cool liquid hydrocarbon and a hotter oxygen gas at supercritical pressures shows that a well-defined phase equilibrium can be established. Variable properties are considered with the product of density and viscosity in the gas phase showing a nearly constant result. Sufficiently thick diffusion layers form around the liquid-gas interface for the selected free-stream velocities at a streamwise distance of x = 1 cm for different pressures (i.e., 10… 

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