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Recent International Journal of Multiphase Flow Articles
The gravity-driven coalescence of 1- to 2-cm. The resulting coales- cence behavior can be correlated by a simple model which assumes that each bubble trails a wake, and that the bubble coalescing from below accelerates when i t enters the wake of the preceding bubble and thus overtakes the first bubble. The predic- tions of the model are not significantly altered by different assumed wake configurations. Bubble coalescence plays a significant role in determin- ing the bubble-sized distribution and interfacial area in all sorts of gas-liquid contacting devices, and plays a domi- nant role in gas-liquid separating equipment. In a typical gas-sparged contactor or reactor, coalescence i s detrimen- tal because i t decreases the surface area of the bubbles; in a separator it i s desirable because it increases the s ize and hence the rise velocity of the bubbles.
Radial Bubble Distribution in a Fluidized Bed with Vertical Tubes
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Request PDF | Coalescence and rising behavior of co-axial and lateral Details of co-axial bubble (or a pair of bubbles rising in a vertical line).
Visualization Experiment of Bubble Coalescence in a Narrow Vertical Rectangular Channel
Visualization experiments were carried out and sliding bubble coalescence behaviors were observed for subcooled flow boiling in a narrow rectangular channel. The results show that the consecutive coalescence process is composed of four steps based on the bubble morphological change: approaching, merging, adjustment, and stabilization, in which the more important are the merging and adjustment of the bubble. Bubble always slides along the heating surface and does not lift off in coalescence process. Bubble diameter and sliding velocity increase first, then decrease and finally stabilize.
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