High-Speed Multiphase Mixing Layers
Final rept. 15 Nov 1988-30 Jun 1992
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR DEPT OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
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This is the final report of a research program whose objective was to study the structure and liquid breakup properties of high-speed multiphase mixing layers. The research is relevant to both gas injection into liquids, e.g. , liquid metal combustion processes, and liquid injection into gases, e.g., pressure-atomized sprays. The investigation was divided into two phases, considering the structure of multiphase mixing layers and primary breakup at liquid surfaces, respectively. Multiphase flow, primary breakup, atomization.
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