By Leonid I. Zaichik, Vladimir M. Alipchenkov, Emmanuil G. Sinaiski
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1) ¼ 2 þ mg TE: 2(1 þ mg)2 ð1:70Þ In another limiting case, when the crossing trajectory effect assumes a leading role (g ! 3 Velocity and Temperature Correlations in a Fluid along the Inertial Particle Trajectories T lLp ¼ L ; W T nLp ¼ L ; 2W T lLp T nLp ¼ 2: To make an approximate estimation of the duration of particles interaction with turbulent eddies while taking into account the crossing trajectory effect and the particle inertia effect, we can use interpolations that are based on Eq. 65) and Eq.
1. 64) with proper account taken of Eq. 76). , 1995). The calculations were carried out for particles of diameter dp ¼ 656 mm and densities rp ¼ 50, 100, and 200 kg/m3 moving in air. 64) together with Eq. 76) predicts stronger effect of collisions on TLp than suggested by the results of calculations made by Berlemont et al. (1995). It is also seen that when StC gets larger, the effect of inertia governed by parameter StE takes a smaller role, and the effect of collisions emerges as the predominant factor.
This is why Wang and Stock, 1993 adduce the results of calculations for m ¼ 1. 356 given by Wang and Stock (1993). 4 illustrates the correlation of Eq. 61) with theoretical dependences as well as the results of numerical calculations by other authors. It should be noted that the inequality TL