Aerosol dynamic behavior in a turbulent flow field is investigated in this study. The flow field is a natural convection boundary layer flow adjacent to a heated or cooled vertical flat plate. The main computational method is based on a boundary layer type solution combining the flow field and sectional aerosol simulation. The SIMPLE alogrithm is adopted to solve the flow continuity, momentum, energy, and aerosol concentration equations. Various aerosol dynamic transport and removal mechanisms, including fluid convection, Brownian motion, gravitational settling, thermophoretic drift, and coagulation of aerosols, are considered in the simulation model. Aerosol coagulation effects on particle transport and deposition onto an isothermal vertical plate are addressed.
Huang, Chang-Bin; Lin, Cherng-Shing; and Wang, Shih-Cheng
"COAGULATION EFFECTS ON AEROSOL DYNAMICS ALONG AN ISOTHERMAL VERTICAL FLAT PLATE,"
Journal of Marine Science and Technology: Vol. 15:
4, Article 8.
Available at: https://jmstt.ntou.edu.tw/journal/vol15/iss4/8