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Old   October 27, 2001, 03:22
Default Reference/s for Spray model
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Abhijeet Vaidya
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Hi, Can somebody give me the reference/s for the typical discrete phase model for sprays.

I want to know this model to all possible details including (i) the derivation of the disperse phase lagrangian equations (ii) the derivation of the source trems of the gas phase (iii) boundary conditions at the injector opening etc etc also (iv) the numerical implementation as well as (v)already developed codes in public domain !!!!! THANKS A LOT IN ADVANCE !!!!!!
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Old   October 27, 2001, 13:34
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Dean
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You might want to start with

http://www.erc.wisc.edu/index.html

Click on "modeling."
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Old   October 29, 2001, 07:15
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Tingguang
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The book by Sirignano, Fluid Dynamics and Transport of droplets and sprays, will help you. Tingguang
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