Direct numerical simulation of a confined three-dimensional gas mixing layer with one evaporating hydrocarbon-droplet-laden stream

@article{Miller1999DirectNS,
  title={Direct numerical simulation of a confined three-dimensional gas mixing layer with one evaporating hydrocarbon-droplet-laden stream},
  author={R. Miller and J. Bellan},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={1999},
  volume={384},
  pages={293-338}
}
  • R. Miller, J. Bellan
  • Published 1999
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Fluid Mechanics
  • Direct numerical simulations are performed of a confined three-dimensional, temporally developing, initially isothermal gas mixing layer with one stream laden with as many as 7.3×10 5 evaporating hydrocarbon droplets, at moderate gas temperature and subsonic Mach number. Complete two-way phase couplings of mass, momentum and energy are incorporated which are based on a thermodynamically self-consistent specification of the vapour enthalpy, internal energy and latent heat of vaporization… CONTINUE READING
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