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Old   May 30, 2004, 11:05
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Hello everybody,


what is the significance of the stoke component, in flows?

- is this just the synonym for secondary flows like vortices in a dead angle,

or does this terminology refer to viscosity effects on results,

or other?

Thank you
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Old   July 4, 2004, 18:39
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stokes number is very significant for multiphase models. Its' value characterizes the behaviour of the dispersed flow. Particularly for low values particles will follow the flow closely and for high values greater tyhan 1.0 the particles move independently. search for bibliography, the above are very summarized.
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Old   July 16, 2004, 14:24
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thanks STK, don't know if this relates to 'Stokes component' term/definition, but anyway thanks for the response.
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