|June 19, 2007, 05:41||
Droplets size distribution in Boiler Drum
I am trying to simulate the Particle transport flow inside a boiler drum. The idea is to test the influence of some parameters (pressure, geometry, etc) in the separation water droplets - steam continuum.
The problem is that I donīt know the size distribution of the droplets inside the boiler. Does anyone have an idea on how I can calculate or were I can find the diameter distribution of the droplets inside an industrial boiler?
Thanks in advance
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