Modelling and experimental studies of rotating flows in part-filled vessels : wetting and peeling

@inproceedings{SujathaModellingAE,
  title={Modelling and experimental studies of rotating flows in part-filled vessels : wetting and peeling},
  author={K. S. Sujatha and Michael F. Webster and D. M. Binding and M. A. Couch}
}
The main purpose of this paper is to corroborate numerical modeling and experimental results for rotating flows with free-surfaces. This work is associated with dough-kneading and the validation of surface positions. Free surface flow in a rotating cylinder is investigated when a fluid is stirred in a cylindrical-shaped vessel with a stirrer attached to the lid of the vessel. The stirrer may be placed in either concentric or eccentric position with respect to the axis of the vessel. Both… CONTINUE READING

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