|June 19, 2012, 21:56||
Bubble column - Inlet boundary conditions
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I was wondering what is best way to specify the inlet boundary condition for bubble columns with ring sparger.
The options are:
In literature I have reviewed so far, option 1 seems mostly ( rather universally) popular, though difficult to implement in my case due to lack of availability of data. Option 2 is theoretical simplification and discards any geometrical influence and there is no evidence of this being appropriate in the literature. Option 3 seems so obvious choice, but I am yet to find a publication that mentions the use of mass flow rate at inlet. Quite surprising.
Any ideas about which may be the best way?
|October 17, 2012, 04:49||
Join Date: Jun 2012
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I am using inlet same condition for bubble column and with try and error I found that 0.3 is suitable for my case.can we share our information?
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