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Euler-Lagrangian simulations of turbulent bubbly flow.

  title={Euler-Lagrangian simulations of turbulent bubbly flow.},
  author={Michael Mattson},
University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. March 2011. Major: Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics. Advisor: Krishnan Mahesh. 1 computer file (PDF); xvii, 136 pages, appendices A-B. 

Analysis of the Dynamics of Particles in a Precipitation Chamber by Sas Technique with Coaxial Injection System Using a One Way Coupling Euler-lagrange Approach

aDepartment of Chemical Engineering, State University of Maringá, Maringá PR, 87020-900, Brazil. bDepartment of Chemical Engineering, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis SC,

Simulation of flow in sedimentation tank using FLUENT




Second International Conference on CFD in the Minerals and Process Industries CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia 6-8 December 1999 Results from a spectral element large eddy simulation of turbulent pipe

Boundary Layer Theory

This text is the translation and revision of Schlichting's classic text in boundary layer theory. The main areas covered are laws of motion for a viscous fluid, laminar boundary layers, transition

Euler-Lagrangian Simulation of Bubble Migration in a Turbulent Boundary Layer

One-way coupled Euler-Lagrangian simulations of bubbles in a spatially evolving turbulent boundary layer were performed. The simulation parameters were chosen to match an experiment by Sanders et al.

Euler/Lagrange Calculations of Bubbly Flows with Consideration of Bubble Coalescence

A bubble coalescence model was developed on the basis of the Lagrangian approach, where bubbles are followed through the turbulent flow field along their trajectories. The collision process was

The lift force on a spherical body in a rotational flow

  • T. Auton
  • Physics, Engineering
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics
  • 1987
This paper concerns the flow about a sphere placed in a weak shear flow of an inviscid fluid. The secondary velocity resulting from advection of vorticity by the irrotational component of the flow is

The determination of the rate of dissipation in turbulent pipe flow

  • C. Lawn
  • Physics, Environmental Science
    Journal of Fluid Mechanics
  • 1971
Measurements of turbulence energy diffusion and the spectral distributions of stress components in the core of turbulent pipe flow are presented. The results tend to confirm the proposal of Bradshaw

Numerical Calculation of Time‐Dependent Viscous Incompressible Flow of Fluid with Free Surface

A new technique is described for the numerical investigation of the time‐dependent flow of an incompressible fluid, the boundary of which is partially confined and partially free. The full

Bubble collapse near a solid boundary: a numerical study of the influence of viscosity

The effect of viscosity on jet formation for bubbles collapsing near solid boundaries is studied numerically. A numerical technique is presented which allows the Navier–Stokes equations with