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Shock Wave Reflections in Dust-Gas Suspensions

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G. Ben-Dor, O. Igra, L. Wang

Pearlstone Center for Aeronautical Engineering Studies, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel 84105

J. Fluids Eng 123(1), 145-153 (Sep 06, 2000) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1331558 History: Received November 05, 1999; Revised September 06, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Schematic illustration of the flow field to be solved and definition of some parameters. The interface separates the dust-free and the dusty-gas.
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The flow fields (A-constant flow Mach number contours, B-constant gaseous phase density contours, and C-constant dust phase spatial density contours) and the wave configurations of a regular reflection (RR) for different diameters of the dust particles: (a) dp=1 μm, (b) dp=5 μm, (c) dp=10 μm, and (d) dust-free
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The flow fields (A-constant flow Mach number contours, B-constant gaseous phase density contours, and C-constant dust phase spatial density contours) and the wave configurations of a single-Mach reflection (SMR) for different diameters of the dust particles: (a) dp=1 μm, (b) dp=5 μm, (c) dp=10 μm, and (d) dust-free
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The flow fields (A-constant flow Mach number contours, B-constant gaseous phase density contours, and C-constant dust phase spatial density contours) and the wave configurations of a transitional-Mach reflection (TMR) for different diameters of the dust particles: (a) dp=1 μm, (b) dp=5 μm, (c) dp=10 μm, and (d) dust-free
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The flow fields (A-constant flow Mach number contours, B-constant gaseous phase density contours, and C-constant dust phase spatial density contours) and the wave configurations of a double-Mach reflection (DMR) for different diameters of the dust particles: (a) dp=0.5 μm, (b) dp=1.0 μm, (c) dp=1.5 μm, and (d) dust-free
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The distributions of various suspension properties along the reflecting wedge surface in the case of a regular reflection (RR) for a dust-free case and three suspensions having dust particles with dp=1 μm,dp=5 μm,dp=10 μm
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The distributions of various suspension properties along the reflecting wedge surface in the case of a single-Mach reflection (SMR) for a dust-free case and three suspensions having dust particles with dp=1 μm,dp=5 μm,dp=10 μm
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The distributions of various suspension properties along the reflecting wedge surface in the case of a transitional-Mach reflection (TMR) for a dust-free case and three suspensions having dust particles with dp=1 μm,dp=5 μm,dp=10 μm
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The distributions of various suspension properties along the reflecting wedge surface in the case of a double-Mach reflection (DMR) for a dust-free case and a suspension having dust particles with dp=1 μm
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The gaseous phase density contours and the wave configurations of a single-Mach reflection (SMR) with six different loading ratios (Mi=1.5,θw=38°,dp=1 μm)
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The gaseous phase density contours and the wave configurations of a double-Mach reflection (DMR) with seven different loading ratios (Mi=3,θw=42°,dp=1 μm)
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Blow-ups of the constant density contours (part B in Fig. 5) illustrating the interaction between the wall jet and the foot of the Mach stem in the case of a double-Mach reflection (DMR)
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Dependence of the RR↔MR transition wedge angle on the dust-loading ratio for Mi=1/5 and dp=1 μm

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