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|Title:||Study of a bubbly flow in a flat bubble column||Authors:||Farah, Joelle||Advisors:||Sabat, Macole||Keywords:||Bubbly flows, bubble column, ANSYS Fluent, CFD simulation||Subjects:||Bubble column reactors
University of Balamand--Dissertations
Two-phase bubbly flows are widely used in engineering’s applications. In this study, the bubbly flow pattern in a bubble column was modeled numerically using ANSYS Fluent software. The test case is taken from the literature review and restudied. The CFD simulation is of a two-dimensional geometry for a laminar flow, while mixture and Eulerian models were used. Three meshes are used. The simulation revealed a plume of air oscillating with time. These results were confirmed by the results obtained from the literature. It is found that the higher velocity causes a higher volume fraction. Also, the finer mesh results a thinner bubble swarm. A mesh independent study is done on the bubble swarm global behavior.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 29-30)
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