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Old   November 19, 2004, 02:00
Default how to difine bubble size?
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I am modeling liquid/gas mixing flow. I use eulerian model. When I define the gas phase, I must define the bubble size(diameter). I know it is determined by gas flow rate,orifice size,liquide velocity, liqiud surface tension....... I want to know how to calculate the bubble size. Thanks for any suggestion! Best regards
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