Decoupling the role of inertia and gravity on particle dispersion

Chris Rogers, Kyle Squires

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Abstract

This work examines separately the effects of inertia and gravitational drift on particle dispersion through a combination of physical and numerical experiments. In this study, particle-Lagrangian measurements are obtained in physical experiments using stereo image velocimetry. Gravitational drift is varied in the variable-g environments of the NASA DC-9 and in the zero-g environment at the drop tower at NASA-Lewis. Direct numerical simulations are used to corroborate the measurements from the variable-g experiments. It is expected that this work will generate new insight into the underlying physics of particle dispersion and will, in turn, lead to more accurate models of particle transport in turbulent flows.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationNASA Conference Publication
Editors Anon
PublisherNASA
Pages455-460
Number of pages6
Edition3338
StatePublished - 1996
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 1996 3rd Microgravity Fluid Physics Conference - Cleveland, OH, USA
Duration: Jul 13 1996Jul 15 1996

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OtherProceedings of the 1996 3rd Microgravity Fluid Physics Conference
CityCleveland, OH, USA
Period7/13/967/15/96

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Gravitation
NASA
Experiments
Direct numerical simulation
Velocity measurement
Towers
Turbulent flow
Physics

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Aerospace Engineering

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Rogers, C., & Squires, K. (1996). Decoupling the role of inertia and gravity on particle dispersion. In Anon (Ed.), NASA Conference Publication (3338 ed., pp. 455-460). NASA.

Decoupling the role of inertia and gravity on particle dispersion. / Rogers, Chris; Squires, Kyle.

NASA Conference Publication. ed. / Anon. 3338. ed. NASA, 1996. p. 455-460.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Rogers, C & Squires, K 1996, Decoupling the role of inertia and gravity on particle dispersion. in Anon (ed.), NASA Conference Publication. 3338 edn, NASA, pp. 455-460, Proceedings of the 1996 3rd Microgravity Fluid Physics Conference, Cleveland, OH, USA, 7/13/96.
Rogers C, Squires K. Decoupling the role of inertia and gravity on particle dispersion. In Anon, editor, NASA Conference Publication. 3338 ed. NASA. 1996. p. 455-460
Rogers, Chris ; Squires, Kyle. / Decoupling the role of inertia and gravity on particle dispersion. NASA Conference Publication. editor / Anon. 3338. ed. NASA, 1996. pp. 455-460
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