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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Verification and validation in CFD for a free-surface gas-liquid flow in channels|
Wolf Maciel, M. R.
Barros, A. A. C.
Meier, H. F.
|Abstract:||This work deals with experimental and numerical studies of a 3-D transient free-surface two-phase flow in a bench-scale channel flow. The aim was to determine how well the homogeneous model can predict the fluid dynamics behavior and to validate the model. The model was validated with experimental data acquired for two hydrodynamic situations. The mathematical model was based on the mass conservation equations for liquid and gas phases and on the momentum conservation equation for the mixture, assuming interpenetrating, continuum and homogeneous hypotheses. Turbulence has been considered for the mixture through the standard k-ε model. The numerical methods were the finite volume method with pressure-velocity coupling and a numerical grid on a generalized Cartesian coordinate system. Good qualitative and quantitative agreements were found for both cases, making the prediction of the fluid dynamics behavior quite robust.|
|Subject:||Computational fluid dynamics|
|Editor:||Brazilian Society of Chemical Engineering|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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