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In addition, the air and water flow rates were assumed to be constant, and based on the time average, the current characteristics of the two-phase current could be simulated under steady-state conditions. For their modification, a continuous air phase was considered in The Eulerian frame of reference, and individual droplets were considered in the Lagrangian frame.
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The assumptions for the model were: (a) liquid exits the nozzle as droplets. This is supported by PIV observations made near the nozzle orifice as shown in figure 3(b). This image shows a four-exposure photo with tracks of 4 frames droplets.
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Calculations suggest that this would be the case for individual drops, and since d is low the assumption would seem reasonable for a dilute multi-drop system moving inside the chamber; in the mixing chamber, d< 0.08; (d) droplets in the stream do not interact with each of them other and only interact with air through interfacial resistance and (e) air and droplet they are at room temperature and condensation and evaporation are negligible.
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Low volume share, of the droplet, prevents coalescence and PDIA images taken at different positions lose mists, rarely showing droplet breakup; c) drops of all specified sizes will leave a hole at the terminal velocity achieved in the mixing chamber when entrained by air.