This book advances a new view of phenomena associated with the spray of liquids from a nozzle in a gas. New results of experimental studies and numerical simulation of the hydrodynamics of an emerging two-phase flow and accompanying interphase heat and mass transfer therein are presented. The book is ideal for specialists who develop and use technologies involving the spraying of liquids in a gas, such as burning and pyrolysis of liquid hydrocarbons, granulation and drying of polymers, and dust and gas scrubbing.
Nikolay N. Simakov is a Professor within the Yaroslavl State Technical University, Yaroslavl, Russia.
Experimental study of a two-phase flow generated by spraying water in the air with an injector.- Analysis of the results of the experiment, conclusions about the features of the hydrodynamics of a two-phase flow produced by spraying a liquid with an injector.- The crisis of droplet resistance in the turbulent two-phase flow of the spraying torch of a mechanical injector with transient Reynolds numbers.- Experimental confirmation of the early crisis of resistance on a single ball.- Influence of the geometry and turbulence of the gas flow on the hydrodynamic resistance of a streamlined body.- Calculation of the resistance and heat transfer of a ball to a flowing gas in a cylindrical channel.- Calculation of the resistance and heat transfer of a ball in laminar and strongly turbulent gas flows.- Simulation and calculation of a two-phase flow produced by the liquid spray nozzle taking into account the droplets resistance crisis.- Simulation and calculation of the heat transfer in a two-phase flow produced by the liquid spray nozzle.