Centrifugal Convection in Rapid Rotation of Bodies Made of Cellular-Porous Materials
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Gas flows inside and around rapidly rotating bodies made of cellular-porous materials are studied numerically and experimentally. Within the framework of the previously proposed physicomathematical model, an appropriate numerical algorithm is developed and tested. Internal flows and a conjugate problem with the external flow are considered. The calculated moment and dynamic pressure are in good agreement with experimentally measured characteristics of a rotating porous disk on a solid substrate.
Key wordscellular-porous materials rotation internal and external flows experiment numerical simulation
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