|March 29, 2007, 15:46||
bubble-drop coalescence and breakup
am tryin to simulate bubble-drop coalescence and breakup in a pipe.
water(primary phase)-air(secondary phase)-kerosene(secondary phase), along the pipe therez bubble-drop coalescence and breakup. am using Fluent 6.3,
1 drop+1 bubble------- this aggregate has a density which is b/w the density of drop and bubble
1 drop+2 bubble------ this aggregate has a density which is different from the drop and bubble phase itself and also different from the above aggregate.
similarly different combos....
(for now let am making this situation simple with 1 drop+1 bubble coalescence and breakup.)
how do u think i can simulate such a situation ? eventually i would have a plot which gives me no.densities, aggregate diameter and densities (rho)
i was thinking if i can solve this using concentration transport equations, as these aggregates can be defined in terms of concentrates eventually.... am not sure how i can do this yet... but i guess there is a way out like this...
has anyone solved such a situation .... ?
any suggestions would be appreciated...
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