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Title: A Theoretical Model for Multiphase Flow with Solidified Particles : Conservation Equations and Hydrodynamical Evaluation
Authors: Hashimoto, Hiroyuki
Amagai, Kenji
Keywords: Multiphase Flow
Fluid Dynamics
Diffusion
Theoretical Model
Phase Change
Conservation Equation
Issue Date: 15-Nov-1993
Publisher: 社団法人日本機械学会
Citation: JSME international journal Ser B Fluids and thermal engineering. 36-B(4), 584-591 (1993)
Abstract: The conservation equations of mass, momentum and energy for a molten liquid flow of two chemical constituents with their solidified particles were derived by means of the averaging method. The drift flux model equations for the fine particles were also derived under a locally homogeneous approximation. The present model suggests that the energy equation should have energy transport terms corresponding to the heat conduction, the migration of particles and the diffusion of chemical constituents. As representative examples, these energy transports were evaluated quantitatively for binary molten salt and liquid alloy under the assumption of a locally thermal equilibrium. The results show that the energy conservation equation for solidified particles and melt flow should include an energy transport term due to particle migration.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/5711
ISSN: 13408054
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