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Spray characteristics of twin-fluid atomization using external-mixing sonic nozzles
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 Title & Authors
Spray characteristics of twin-fluid atomization using external-mixing sonic nozzles
Park, Byeong-Gyu; Lee, Jun-Sik;
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 Abstract
Spray characteristics of external mixing sonic twin-fluid atomization nozzles are investigated experimentally. Particle sizes are measured by the Fraunhofer diffraction method using the Malvern particle analyzer, and their radial distributions are obtained using the tomographical transformation technique. The spatial distribution of SMD shows that the drop size increases in the radial direction at a fixed liquid flow rate, and the distribution is getting uniform rapidly as the atomizing gas pressure increases. The SMD decreases as the liquid flow rate increases at a fixed GLR. It is found that the atomization efficiency of the flush type sonic nozzle is superior to that of protrusion type. The effect of laser beam diameter of the particle analyzer on the spatial SMD distribution is minor at present experimental conditions.
 Keywords
Twin-Fluid Atomization;Sonic Nozzle;Particle Size;Measurement;Tomography;
 Language
Korean
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