Von Tian Ma
Schriftenreihe aus dem Institut für Strömungsmechanik ; 20
TUDpress 2017. Kartoniert, 22.0 x 17.0 cm, ca. 124 S.
Modelling turbulence in bubbly flows that arise in the engineering and environment is of great challenges for multiphase Computational Fluid Dynamics. In the present book various turbulence modelling approaches are investigated in bubble columns and bubbly channel flows. The considered approaches contain Scale Resolving Simulations and the traditional Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes closure. The focus is set on the representation of the so-called bubble-induced turbulence in the modelling framework. A major chapter addresses a complete route to construct such a model embedded in Euler-Euler approach with the aid of Direct Numerical Simulation data. This procedure is employed to propose an improved model for bubble-induced turbulence.