Influence of Gas-Injector Geometry on Atomization Performance of Aerated-Liquid Nozzles

@article{Wang1989InfluenceOG,
  title={Influence of Gas-Injector Geometry on Atomization Performance of Aerated-Liquid Nozzles},
  author={X. F. Wang and Ju Shan Chin and Arthur Henry Lefebvre},
  journal={International Journal of Turbo and Jet Engines},
  year={1989},
  volume={6},
  pages={271 - 280}
}
The atomizing performance of an aerated-liquid nozzle is examined with special emphasis on the influence of gas-injector geometry on spray characteristics. A Malvern spray analyzer is used to measure mean drop sizes and drop-size distributions. All measurements are carried out when spraying water into air at normal atmospheric pressure and temperature. The gas employed is nitrogen. Injection pressures are varied from 34.5 to 690 kPa (5 to 100 psid) and gas/liquid mass ratios from 0.002 to 0.023… CONTINUE READING

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