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Old   July 19, 2001, 09:42
Default Turbulence in Bubbly flow
Tobias Hirsch
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I am performing simulations on an airlift reactor with a mixture model (In Fluent 5.5). Additional turbulence caused by the bubbles has to be modeled. Does anyone has experience with this or can give a hint for papers dealing with this aspect?

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Old   July 20, 2001, 08:25
Default Re: Turbulence in Bubbly flow
Michael Malin
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A large number of model extensions exist which account for the influence of bubbles on the turbulence field. Some representative extensions are described at this web address:

The associated references are given at this address:

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