# Solution of the general dynamic equation along approximate fluid trajectories generated by the method of moments

@inproceedings{Hagmeijer2005SolutionOT, title={Solution of the general dynamic equation along approximate fluid trajectories generated by the method of moments}, author={Rob Hagmeijer and R.H.A. IJzermans and Frits Put}, year={2005} }

- Published 2005
DOI:10.1063/1.1921147

We consider condensing flow with droplets that nucleate and grow, but do not slip with respect to the surrounding gas phase. To compute the local droplet size distribution, one could solve the general dynamic equation and the fluid dynamics equations simultaneously. To reduce the overall computational effort of this procedure by roughly an order of magnitude, we propose an alternative procedure, in which the general dynamic equation is initially replaced by moment equations complemented with a… CONTINUE READING

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