# Rietz and Diwakar model

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 June 3, 2008, 07:28 Rietz and Diwakar model #1 harinath Guest   Posts: n/a do anybody know how to look into the code( mainly formulas and correlation) for a particular model to understand better...this will help a lot to learn the theory..if yes plz...plz mail me back....waiting for ur mail thank you

 June 3, 2008, 07:52 Re: Rietz and Diwakar model #2 harinath Guest   Posts: n/a I am spraying a tetradecane fuel into a quasi-static chamber with air pressure as 2500kpa and temperature 298k...I need to find spray structure, droplet size change due to atomization and evaporation and temperature change.... I am able to get the results using Rietz and Diwakar model but i am not able to see the equations and correlations used in the code....mainly i need know what will be the momentum equation...

 June 3, 2008, 11:52 Re: Rietz and Diwakar model #3 Pauli Guest   Posts: n/a The momentum equations are described in the methodology manual chapter 12. See equations 12-1 through 12-7.

 June 3, 2008, 16:04 Re: Rietz and Diwakar model #4 sandman Guest   Posts: n/a more informations are given if you attend the training course or star-tutor

 June 8, 2008, 12:26 Re: Rietz and Diwakar model #5 Andrea Guest   Posts: n/a well, on many books you can find formulas about the reitz and diwakar model...I suppose that formulae are implemented in Star...why don't you?

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