A New Spray Evaporation Model based on Droplet Interface Phenomena
In this work the influence of droplet shape oscillations on droplet evaporation is shown. Through nonlinear mode interactions, turbulence and aerodynamic triggering of vibrations cause by vortex shedding, droplets always oscillates in spray flows. Droplet shape oscillation cause higher evaporation rates through several physical phenomena such as an average increase of the superficial surface area, periodic micro-convection and boundary layer destruction, and local saturation pressure changes due to local curvature effects. The inviscid theory of small-amplitude droplet oscillations was used which resulted in better agreement with the measurement data of droplet size distributions in sprays for different axial coordinates.
2nd International Conference on Multiphase Flow '95 Kyoto
Daidzic, N. E., Kohnen, G., & Sommerfled, M. (1995, April 3-7). A new spray evaporation model based on droplet interface phenomena. 2nd International Conference on Multiphase Flow, '95 Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan.
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