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  • A study of the flow-field evolution and mixing in a planar turbulent jet using direct numerical simulation 

    Stanley, Scott; Sarkar, Sutanu; Mellado González, Juan Pedro (2002-01-10)
    Article
    Open Access
    Turbulent plane jets are prototypical free shear flows of practical interest in propulsion, combustion and environmental flows. While considerable experimental research has been performed on planar jets, very few ...
  • Atomization of a liquid jet assisted by a gas jet 

    Poch Parera, Aleix (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya / Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, 2009)
    Master thesis (pre-Bologna period)
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    Resumen de las partes del contenido del proyecto: - Vorticity layers. - Breakup regimes of a liquid jet and mixing layers - Primary atomization: rayleigh taylor, rayleigh and kelvin-helmholtz instabilities. Experimental ...
  • Computational fluid dynamics modeling of impinging gas-jet systems: II. Application to an industrial cooling system device 

    Coussirat Núñez, Miguel Gustavo; van Beeck, J; Mestres Ridge, Marc; Egusquiza Estévez, Eduard; Buchlin, J-M; Valero Ferrando, Ma. del Carmen (2005-07-15)
    Article
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    A numerical analysis of the flow behavior in industrial cooling systems based on arrays of impinging jets has been performed, using several eddy viscosity models to determine their modeling capabilities. For the cooling ...