Detailed 3D modelling of mass transfer processes in two phase flows with dynamic interfaces

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Darmana, D. and Deen, N.G. and Kuipers, J.A.M. (2006) Detailed 3D modelling of mass transfer processes in two phase flows with dynamic interfaces. In: Bubble Columns 2006, 7th German / Japanese Symposium on Bubble Columns, Goslar, Germany, 20 - 23 May 2006, 20-23 May 2006, Goslar, Germany.

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Abstract:We developed a method that will enable us to determine mass transfer coefficients for a
large number of two phase flow conditions based on numerical simulation. A three-dimensional
direct numerical simulation based on the Front Tracking technique taking into account the mass
transfer process was chosen for this purpose. The dissolved species concentration in the liquid
phase is tracked using a scalar mass balance while the value of the concentration at the interface
is determined via an immersed boundary technique. In the present study, simulations are carried
out to investigate the effect of the bubble shape on the dissolved species concentration field
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