Effect of initial velocity difference between phases on evolution of two-phase jet
Results of an experimental study are presented concerning the effect which the initial difference between the velocity of the gas and the velocity of the pollutant particles have on the characteristics of an inundated air jet carrying a pollutant in the form of spherical particles of high-density material.
KeywordsExperimental Study Statistical Physic Spherical Particle Initial Velocity Velocity Difference
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