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Spray characteristics and nozzle design experiment to twin-fluid atomizer
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 Title & Authors
Spray characteristics and nozzle design experiment to twin-fluid atomizer
Jeong, Jin-Do; Ji, Pyeong-Sam;
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 Abstract
Droplet size measurement technique was established for the sprayed viscous fluid by virtue of the installation of the sprayed-droplet size measurement system employing light scattering method. Atomization test results showed that the mean droplet size of the sprayed viscous fluid is decreased with the increase of the mass ratio of air to fuel and in case of the same air/fuel ratio, also with the increase of viscous fluid flow rate, and is increased with the distance from atomizer tip. Basic design data for the manufacture of external-mixing type, Y-Jet type, and internal-mixing type atomizers was acquired from the atomization tests.
 Keywords
Spray Characteristics;Highly Viscous Fluid;Twin-Fluid Nozzle;Sauter Mean Diameter;CWM;
 Language
Korean
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