Generation of shockwave and vortex structures at the outflow of a boiling water jet

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Results of numerical simulation for shock waves and generation of vortex structures during unsteady outflow of boiling liquid jet are presented. The features of evolution of shock waves and vortex structures formation during unsteady outflow of boiling water are compared with corresponding structures during unsteady gas outflow.

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Correspondence to M. V. Alekseev.

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Research was financially supported by the Russian Science Foundation, (Project # 14-29-00093).

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Alekseev, M.V., Lezhnin, S.I., Pribaturin, N.A. et al. Generation of shockwave and vortex structures at the outflow of a boiling water jet. Thermophys. Aeromech. 21, 763–766 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0869864314060122

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Keywords

  • boiling water jet
  • shock wave
  • vortex structures