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Numerical simulation of dilute particle laden flows by wavelet BEM-FEM
Jure Ravnik, Leopold Škerget, Matjaž Hriberšek, Zoran Žunič, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: A wavelet transform based BEM and FEM numerical scheme was used to simulate laminar viscous flow. The velocity-vorticity formulation of the Navier-Stokes equations was used. The flow simulation algorithm was coupled with a Lagrangian particle tracking scheme for dilute suspensions of massless particles and particles without inertia. The proposed numerical approach was used to simulate flow and particle paths for two test cases: flow over a backward-facing step and flow past a circular cylinder. We present methods of calculating the pressure and stream function field at the end of each time step. The pressure field was used to calculate drag and lift coefficients, which enable qualitative comparison of our results with the benchmark. The stream function enabled the comparison of streamlines and massless particle paths in steady state low Reynolds number value flow fields, and thus provided an estimate on the accuracy of the particle tracking algorithm. Unsteady higher Reynolds number value flows were investigated in terms of particle distributions in vortex streets in the wake of the cylinder and behind the step. Sedimentation of particles without inertia was studied in the flow field behind a backward-facing step at Reynolds number value 5000.
Keywords: boundary element method, velocity-vertocity formulation, discrete wavelet transform, Lagrangian particle tracking, backward-facing step, bluff body flow, dilute particle suspension
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1047; Downloads: 54
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Velocity measurements in a shotblasting machine
Aleš Hribernik, Gorazd Bombek, Ivan Markočič, 2003, original scientific article

Abstract: Abrasive shotblasting particles and a high concentration of dust within the closed testing chamber make particle velocity measurement in a shotblasting machine very difficult. The application of non-obstructive optical methods is usually impossible. Robust shields protecting the sensors from abrasion have to be used for contacting velocity measurements and make direct application of capacitive or electrodynamic sensors usually applied in the correlation-based velocity measurements methods not possible. An alternative electronic measurement system has been developed. It has a simple construction and uses low cost elements which can be replaced very quickly and, therefore, no robust shields are necessary. This enables very good mobility and positioning of the sensor along both axis in a cross-section plane of a particle stream. The system has been tested along with a robust mechanical measuring device. The development, operation and application of mechanical and electronic particle velocity measurement system are described in this paper. Experimental results are presented, discussed and both methods are compared.
Keywords: shotblasting machines, velocity measurements, particle velocity, mechanical measuring devices, electronic measuring systems
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 965; Downloads: 42
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