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1) where ρ represents the fluid density, t the time and v the velocity vector. Eq. 1 describes the time rate of change of the fluid density at a fixed position in space. The first term specifies the rate of increase of mass per unit volume, the other term represents the net flux of mass per unit volume by convection. Considering incompressible fluids in isothermal flow (∇ρ = 0 and ∂ρ/∂t = 0) the continuity equation adopts the simple form: ∇ · v = 0. 1 Fluid mechanics in multiphase flow ρ ∂v + (v · ∇)v ∂t = ρk + ∇ · T .
Since the dynamics of drop formation in the dripping mode differs significantly from the dynamics of drop generation in the jetting domain, the transition point between the flow regimes represents an important operating point. Consequently, the jetting domain has to be demarcated from the dripping mode by studying the effect of relevant process and material parameters on the transition point. Goal of this study is the development of a dispersing device for the generation of monodisperse droplets.
The drag force of the quiescent continuous phase, Fdrag , decelerates the growing drop and is evaluated when considering the forming droplet as a solid sphere. 2 Drop formation at a capillary tip is lost. The result shows an improvement to previous theories in predicting drop sizes at varying flow rates of the disperse phase, but still large deviations of theory and experiment were observed at high disperse flow rates where the assumption of static conditions fails. It is evident that a static approach as mentioned above can not provide sufficient insight into the dripping dynamics.
2-Codes and 2-Code Annihilators by Shyr H.J., Yu S.S.