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Introduction
1.1 Categories of two-phase flows
1.2 Industrial applications of dispersed flows
1.3 Modeling approaches for dispersed flows
1.4 Motivation for the present work
1.5 Overview of the thesis
2.1 Properties of the Eulerian-Lagrangiam model
2.2 Characteristics of dispersed two-phase flows
2.3 Governing equations
2.3.1 Continuous phase equations
2.3.2 Dispersed phase equations
2.4 Particle-laden flow
2.4.1 Drag force
Figure 2.3: Drag coefficient variation with Reynolds number for a rigid sphere [3]
2.4.2 Lift force
2.4.3 Equation of motion for a particle
2.5.2 Lift force
2.5.3 Pressure gradient and buoyancy force
2.5.4 Virtual mass force
2.5.5 Basset history force
2.5.6 Equation of motion for a bubble
2.6 Coupling between dispersed and continuous phase
2.6.1 Momentum coupling regimes
2.6.2 One-way coupling
2.6.3 Two-way coupling
2.6.4 Four-way coupling
2.7 Turbulent dispersed two-phase flows
2.7.1 Dispersed entities and carrier phase turbulence
a function of dispersed phase volume fraction [40]
2.7.2 Turbulence models for dispersed flows
2.8 Simulation approach
lations performed by coupling PLaS to a fluid flow solver
2.9 The Lagrangian solver module PLaS
2.9.1 Structure of the code
2.9.2 Procedural description
2.9.3 Input parameters
2.9.4 Parallelization
sub-regions for parallelization
2.9.5 Trajectory integration
2.9.6 Neighbour search method
2.9.7 Velocity interpolation
2.9.8 Computation of the volume fraction field
2.9.9 Computation of the back-coupling terms
3.1 Turbulent carrier flow simulation
3.2 Particle dispersion in a turbulent channel
3.2.1 Turbulent single-phase channel flow
3.2.2 Physical mechanisms in wall-bounded turbulence
3.2.3 Particle-laden channel flow
= 10 compared to reference results
with particle locations in the viscous sub-layer
ferent Stokes numbers
3.3 Particle interaction with decaying isotropic
3.3.1 Single-phase isotropic turbulence
turbulence decay test case [123]
3.3.2 Particle-turbulence interaction
scales are normalized by 1
values used in the reference calculations
dissipation rate of the turbulent kinetic energy
particle Reynolds number
Kolmogorov length scale
3.4 Conclusion
Simulation of bubbly two-phase flow
4.1 Properties of bubbles
4.2 Carrier flow simulation
4.3 Study of the hydrodynamics in a bubble column
for the present simulations
4.3.1 Physical mechanisms in a bubble column
4.3.2 Two-phase hydrodynamics
field in the = 0.075 plane for ˙ = 0.0482 / (Case 3)
field in the = 0.075 plane for ˙ = 0.0723 / (Case 5)
and = 0.252 for minimum and maximum mass flow rate values
= 0.252 for minimum and maximum mass flow rate values
with PIV measurements [135]
4.4 Bubbly flow in an IRDE reactor
4.4.1 Carrier flow characterization
analytical solution proposed in [150]
the IRDE reactor at 100
the IRDE reactor at 250
the IRDE reactor at 500
the IRDE reactor at 1000
4.4.2 Experiments on bubble size distribution
4.4.3 Comments on the measurement uncertainty
4.4.4 Bubble dispersion and size distribution in rotating flow
ulations at = 9 for the two lower rotational speeds tested
ulations at = 9 for the two higher rotational speeds tested
eter distribution in window 1 in the 250 case
oretical values of ℎ for the present test cases
4.4.5 Two-way coupling effects between bubbles and electrolyte
= 9 after bubble injection
4.5 Conclusion
5.1 Introduction to electrochemistry
5.1.1 The electrochemical cell
5.1.2 Reactions on electrodes
5.1.3 Faraday’s laws of electrolysis
5.1.4 Modeling requirements
5.2 The MITReM model
5.2.1 Transport equations
5.2.2 Boundary conditions
5.3 Gas evolution in electrochemical reactions
5.3.1 Gas-evolving electrodes
5.3.2 Effect of gas bubbles on electrochemical parameters
5.4 Multi-physical simulation approach
5.4.1 Realization
5.4.2 The MITReM module
5.4.3 The bubble evolution module
5.5 Bubble evolution in a parallel flow reactor
5.5.1 Reaction kinetics and species concentrations
cathode for varying electrode potential difference Δ
the cathode for varying electrode potential difference Δ
ode for varying electrode potential difference Δ
for varying electrode potential difference Δ
5.5.2 Dispersion of electrochemically generated bubbles
5.6 Conclusion
General conclusion
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