The effects of surfactants on droplet behaviour at intermediate Reynolds numbers. Part II. Transient deformation and evaporation

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The effects of surfactants on droplet behaviour at intermediate Reynolds numbers. Part II. Transient deformation and evaporation. / Leppinen, David; Renksizbulut, M; Haywood, RJ.

In: Chemical Engineering Science, Vol. 51, No. 3, 02.1996, p. 491-501.

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title = "The effects of surfactants on droplet behaviour at intermediate Reynolds numbers. Part II. Transient deformation and evaporation",
abstract = "Early life histories of clean and contaminated n-heptane droplets injected into high-temperature air (1000 K, 10 aim) at a Reynolds number of 100 are examined in an effort to determine the effects of surfactants on droplet behaviour. Transient variations in droplet shape, mass, and velocity, and all effects due to liquid-phase motion and heating, and variable thermophysical properties are included in this numerical study. A detailed analysis of droplet oscillation, surfactant transport, interfacial stresses, liquid-phase motion, droplet drag, and heat and mass transfer is presented along with engineering correlations which may be useful in spray modelling.",
keywords = "NUMERICAL-ANALYSIS, MASS-TRANSFER, VAPORIZATION, COMBUSTION, SPRAYS, STREAM, HEAT",
author = "David Leppinen and M Renksizbulut and RJ Haywood",
year = "1996",
month = feb,
language = "English",
volume = "51",
pages = "491--501",
journal = "Chemical Engineering Science",
issn = "0009-2509",
publisher = "Elsevier",
number = "3",

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T1 - The effects of surfactants on droplet behaviour at intermediate Reynolds numbers. Part II. Transient deformation and evaporation

AU - Leppinen, David

AU - Renksizbulut, M

AU - Haywood, RJ

PY - 1996/2

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N2 - Early life histories of clean and contaminated n-heptane droplets injected into high-temperature air (1000 K, 10 aim) at a Reynolds number of 100 are examined in an effort to determine the effects of surfactants on droplet behaviour. Transient variations in droplet shape, mass, and velocity, and all effects due to liquid-phase motion and heating, and variable thermophysical properties are included in this numerical study. A detailed analysis of droplet oscillation, surfactant transport, interfacial stresses, liquid-phase motion, droplet drag, and heat and mass transfer is presented along with engineering correlations which may be useful in spray modelling.

AB - Early life histories of clean and contaminated n-heptane droplets injected into high-temperature air (1000 K, 10 aim) at a Reynolds number of 100 are examined in an effort to determine the effects of surfactants on droplet behaviour. Transient variations in droplet shape, mass, and velocity, and all effects due to liquid-phase motion and heating, and variable thermophysical properties are included in this numerical study. A detailed analysis of droplet oscillation, surfactant transport, interfacial stresses, liquid-phase motion, droplet drag, and heat and mass transfer is presented along with engineering correlations which may be useful in spray modelling.

KW - NUMERICAL-ANALYSIS

KW - MASS-TRANSFER

KW - VAPORIZATION

KW - COMBUSTION

KW - SPRAYS

KW - STREAM

KW - HEAT

M3 - Article

VL - 51

SP - 491

EP - 501

JO - Chemical Engineering Science

JF - Chemical Engineering Science

SN - 0009-2509

IS - 3

ER -