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Title: A Theoretical Model for Multiphase Flow with Solidified Particles : Physical Signification of Constitutive Equations and Evaluation of Latent Heat Effect
Authors: Amagai, Kenji
Hashimoto, Hiroyuki
Keywords: Multiphase Flow
Constitutive Equation
Fluid Dynamics
Theoretical Model
Latent Heat
Phase Change
Thermodynamics
Nonequilibrium
Issue Date: 15-Aug-1994
Publisher: 社団法人日本機械学会
Citation: JSME international journal Ser B Fluids and thermal engineering. 37-B(3), 477-484 (1994)
Abstract: Constitutive equations regarding the drift flux model for a multiphase flow consisting of molten material and its solidified particles were thermodynamically derived under a condition of local quasiequilibrium. The basic equations, including the conservation equations and the constitutive equations for the multiphase flow, were expressed in dimensionless forms. The theory developed here confirmed that the temperature fields closely depended on the Lagrangian derivative of the solid fraction accompanying the latent heat effect, and was characterized by the Stefan number. It was also suggested that the simplified basic equations corresponding to the phase equilibrium diagram were useful in the analysis of multiphase flow with solid-liquid phase change.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/5710
ISSN: 13408054
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