Rain-out investigation : initial droplet size measurement

Abstract : Droplet size distribution inside water flashing jets and corresponding rainout fraction were measured. Mass distribution showed that a few droplets are "large" (> 150 micro m) and count for more than 85 % of the liquid mass in the jet because of their large individual mass. This could be due to incomplete thermal fragmentation. It could explain the rain-out falling near the orifice or pipe exit.
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Jean-Pierre Bigot, Abdellah Touil, Patrick Bonnet, Jean-Marc Lacome. Rain-out investigation : initial droplet size measurement. International Conference "Bhopal gas tragedy and its effects on process safety", Dec 2004, Kanpur, India. pp.111-112. ⟨ineris-00972480⟩

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