Point-source dispersion of quasi-neutrally-buoyant inertial particles

@article{MartinsAfonso2019PointsourceDO,
  title={Point-source dispersion of quasi-neutrally-buoyant inertial particles},
  author={Marco Martins Afonso and S{\'i}lvio M. A. Gama},
  journal={The European Physical Journal E},
  year={2019},
  volume={42},
  pages={1-8}
}
Abstract.We analyze the evolution of the distribution, both in the phase space and in the physical space, of inertial particles released by a spatially-localized (punctual) source and advected by an incompressible flow. The difference in mass density between fluid and particles is assumed to be small, and represents the basic parameter for a regular perturbative expansion. By means of analytical techniques such as Hermitianization, we derive a chain of equations of the advection-diffusion… 

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