Numerical simulation of primary atomization: Interaction with experimental analysis
Journal article, 2013

This paper focuses on recent developments in numerical simulations and experimental techniques applied to jet atomization. Interface tracking based on coupled level-set, VOF, and ghost fluid approaches is presented, together with experimental methods including morphological analysis, multi-scale analysis, and laser correlation velocimetry. Experimental diagnostics and analysis are applied and validated against images provided by numerical simulations, allowing comparisons between experimental data, combined experimental techniques and simulated images, and pure numerical results. © 2013 by Begell House, Inc.

Level set

Simulation

LCV

Atomization

Morphology

Author

David Sedarsky

Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Combustion

Alain Berlemont

University of Rouen

INSA Rouen

J.B. Blaisot

University of Rouen

Z. Bouali

University of Rouen

J. Cousin

P. Desjonqueres

University of Rouen

M. Doring

University of Rouen

INSA Rouen

C. Dumouchel

University of Rouen

INSA Rouen

S. Idlahcen

University of Rouen

INSA Rouen

N. Leboucher

University of Rouen

K. Lounnaci

INSA Rouen

University of Rouen

T. Ménard

University of Rouen

C. Rozé

University of Rouen

INSA Rouen

G. Vaudor

INSA Rouen

University of Rouen

Atomization and Sprays

1044-5110 (ISSN)

Vol. 23 12 1103-1138

Areas of Advance

Transport

Energy

Subject Categories

Condensed Matter Physics

DOI

10.1615/AtomizSpr.2013007525

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