|November 12, 2015, 06:06||
Looking for "Derivation [...] of the conditionally averaged two-phase flow equations"
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Does anyone have refrence paper <Derivation, modelling and solution of the conditionally averaged two-phase flow equations> form Mr HG Weller?
|October 18, 2016, 02:49||
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I have seen this report being requested a number of times. While it appears unavailable, the process of conditional averaging is well described in works of other authors. Particularly lucid treatments can be found in [1, ch. 2] and [2, ch.1.6 + appendix A]. There is also a report by Weller  in which he treats this subject. The idea of conditional averaging is based on the work of Dopazo  for turbulent flows.
 Holger Marschall, “Towards the Numerical Simulation of Multi-Scale Two-Phase Flows”, PhD thesis, München, 2011
 David Paul Hill, ”The Computer Simulation of Dispersed Two-phase Flows”, PhD thesis, London, 1998
 H.G. Weller, “The Development of a New Flame Area Combustion Model Using Conditional Averaging”, Imperial College, London, 1993
 C. Dopazo, On conditional averages for intermittent turbulent flows, Journal of Fluid
Mechanics 81 (1977) 433-438.
|October 18, 2016, 23:15||
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You may also look at this short note on the derivation of continuity equation for VOF with mass transfer
or look at this Master thesis, Chap3
These derivations are based on the method of volume averaging (integration on volume, including the boundary effects as body forces).
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