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F (39) For large AC (or small particles) kD / u approaches a constant value. As fkS decreases (the particles increase in size) kD / u decreases becaue v / u decreases. ,,fMe-fligt is compltly controlling. Good agreement was obtained between the calculated values of kD / u" and laboratory measurements (Binder & Haratty, 1991). (c) Analysis of horizontal annular flow Binder & Hanraty (1992) analyzed gas-liquid annular flow in a horizontal rectangular channel, using the methods outlined in the previous two sections.
This issue has also been addressed in greater detail by Strange & Crighton (1981); by comparing the linear theory with their measurements, they concluded that although the amplification rate of coherent components is not well predicted by the linear theory, the transverse distribution of the coherent quantities is well predicted by the linear theory. The same conclusion has now been confirmed by other experimenters, such as Cohen & Wygnanski (1987a,b), Gaster, Kitt & Wygnanski (1985), Thomas & Chu (1989), Weisbrot (1984), Wygnanski & Petersen (1987), and Zhang, Ho & Monkewitz (1985).
I1Q, 315. Taylor, G. I. 1921 Diffusion by continuous movements. Proc. Lond. Math. , L& 196. Tchen, C. M. 1947 Mean value and correlation problems connected with the motion of small particles suspended in a turtAl fluid. D. thesis, DIdft University, The Netherlands. Vanes, 3. S. & T. J. Hasrvay 1988 Turbulent dispersion of droplets for air flow in a pipe. Exprs. Fluids, 6, 94-104. M. R. Hunt 1985 Random walk models for particle displacements in inhomogeneous unsteady turbulent flows. Phys. Fluids, &l.
Symposium on Turbulence (13th) by MISSOURI UNIV-ROLLA DEPT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING