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Numerical investigation of particle deposition in a turbulent boundary layer with forced turbulence in the external flow

Abstract : Deposition of particles on a wall plays a significant role in fluid-solid processes such as inclusions recovery from liquid steel in ladle furnace, that controls inclusion cleanliness upstream from solidification. The aim of this work is to study the turbulent deposition and capture of particles on a wall, in a situation where turbulence in the boundary layer originates both from wall shear and from agitation in the external flow. In a ladle furnace, such an agitation would result from bubble injection. A framework for simulations at mesoscopic scale in which particles are represented as points but the turbulence is fully resolved has been developped using an in-house solver, where a Lattice Boltzmann Method (LBM) solves flow dynamics and linear isotropic forcing generates artificial turbulence. Lagrangian Particle Tracking (LPT) is used to achieve one way coupling between particle motions and turbulent flow. These numerical methods were applied to Direct Numerical simulation (DNS) of a fully developed turbulent boundary layer in which particles smaller than the Kolmogorov length scale are introduced. The deposition mechanisms in aerosol conditions have been analyzed and quantified into a statistical law for deposition velocity in terms of Stokes number, and validated against data from the literature. Such simulations have provided a better understanding of deposition and capture mechanisms, depending on the turbulent flow in a wall boundary layer and on particle physical properties. Also, preliminary simulations in hydrosol conditions that match actual ladle operation have shown that the framework developed in this work can be applied to investigate inclusion behavior in secondary steel-making although statistical analysis in this work focused on aerosols.
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Manoj Joishi. Numerical investigation of particle deposition in a turbulent boundary layer with forced turbulence in the external flow. Materials. Université de Lorraine, 2019. English. ⟨NNT : 2019LORR0251⟩. ⟨tel-02555988⟩

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