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Lagrangian simulation of dilute gas-solid flows in a horizontal pipe

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A numerical simulation of gas-solid flows in a horizontal pipe was made with the use of the 'Lagrangian method', where trajectories of many particles are calculated from the equations of motion along with the continuity and momentum equations of fluids. Cases of coarse particles in dilute phase are dealt with. The impulsive equations are shown for calculating energy loss due to the collision of particles with the wall. Particle shape is assumed to be non-spherical to let the particles bounce irregularly over a pipe wall. The results in the fully developed region are presented and compared with measurements.

Affiliations: 1: Faculty of Engineering, Osaka University, Suita, Osaka 565, Japan; 2: Faculty of Engineering, Osaka University, Suita, Osaka 565, JapanSanko Air Plant, Ltd, 6-1 Doshomachi, 4-Chome, Higashi-ku, Osaka 541, Japan.; 3: Faculty of Engineering, Osaka Industrial University, Daito, Osaka 5 74, Japan


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