On The Application Of Mesoscopic Eulerian Formalism To Modulation Of Turbulence By Solid Phase
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Z. Zeren & B. B´edat
Recently developed method, Mesoscopic Eulerian Formalism, is searched for its extension to the gas-solid flows where the carrier phase is modified by the solid phase. The possibility is shown to be existing by the introduction of two classes of particles with all the same properties except their initial positions. Classes are distributed homogeneously in space and only one of them is two-way coupled with the flow. The others are with ghost particles (particles with one-way coupling). With increased number of ghost particles, the field of source terms’ of classes become similar letting the fluid realization become the same for each class. Then the conditional one-particle probability density function is definable. Keywords: Mesoscopic Eulerian Formalism, two-way coupling, particle and fluid realization, initial particle conditions.
Mesoscopic Eulerian Formalism, two-way coupling, particle and fluid realization, initial particle conditions