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Fluid Dynamics

, Volume 42, Issue 6, pp 995–1006 | Cite as

Motion of a discharge containing water condensate in the bottom layer of the atmosphere

  • I. M. Bayanov
  • I. R. Khamidullin
  • V. Sh. Shagapov
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Abstract

The propagation of a one-off discharge containing water vapor and condensate in the atmosphere is considered in the three-dimensional formulation. The process is accompanied by mixing with the surrounding air and phase transitions. The evolution of the flow, concentration, and temperature fields is studied as a function of the initial discharge parameters (temperature and moisture content) and the surrounding air parameters.

Keywords

bottom layer evaporation condensation discharge 

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  • I. M. Bayanov
  • I. R. Khamidullin
  • V. Sh. Shagapov

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