Eulerian methods for modelling gas-particle flows with low inertia particles

A. K. Gilfanov, T. S. Zaripov, T. V. Nikonenkova

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The comparison of two Eulerian methods for simulating low inertia particle flows in a moving gas is performed for the case of hyperbolic flow. The traditional Lagrangian approach is used as a reference. It is shown that for low inertia particles, results obtained by the two-fluid Eulerian approach and the Lagrangian approach are in a good agreement. For the Eulerian equilibrium approach a reasonable agreement with the Lagrangian approach is achieved only for very small particle response time values. The discrepancy increases significantly with the growth of the particle response time.

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Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2019
Event12th International Conference on Mesh Methods for Boundary-Value Problems and Applications, MMBVPA 2018 - Kazan, Russian Federation
Duration: 20 Sep 201825 Sep 2018

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Conference12th International Conference on Mesh Methods for Boundary-Value Problems and Applications, MMBVPA 2018
CountryRussian Federation
CityKazan
Period20/09/1825/09/18

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Gilfanov, A. K., Zaripov, T. S., & Nikonenkova, T. V. (2019). Eulerian methods for modelling gas-particle flows with low inertia particles. Abstract from 12th International Conference on Mesh Methods for Boundary-Value Problems and Applications, MMBVPA 2018, Kazan, Russian Federation. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1158/2/022047
Gilfanov, A. K. ; Zaripov, T. S. ; Nikonenkova, T. V. / Eulerian methods for modelling gas-particle flows with low inertia particles. Abstract from 12th International Conference on Mesh Methods for Boundary-Value Problems and Applications, MMBVPA 2018, Kazan, Russian Federation.
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2019. Abstract from 12th International Conference on Mesh Methods for Boundary-Value Problems and Applications, MMBVPA 2018, Kazan, Russian Federation.

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Gilfanov AK, Zaripov TS, Nikonenkova TV. Eulerian methods for modelling gas-particle flows with low inertia particles. 2019. Abstract from 12th International Conference on Mesh Methods for Boundary-Value Problems and Applications, MMBVPA 2018, Kazan, Russian Federation. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1158/2/022047