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A Study on Areas of Application of a Extended Collision Model in a Wall Impaction Spray Calculation
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A Study on Areas of Application of a Extended Collision Model in a Wall Impaction Spray Calculation
Park, Gwon-Ha; Jeong, Chang-Hwa;
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 Abstract
This paper addresses to the area where the extended collision model is applied. In order to find the optimum shape of wall sprays, the extended model is applied to the nearest cells of just over the impaction wall, spray core or over all. The droplet distribution, wall spray radii, heights and gas flows are shown in all the cases. Those results show that the best spray shape represents in the case applying the extended model just on the impinging wall.
 Keywords
Impaction Spray;Spray Density;Extended Collision Model;
 Language
Korean
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