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Experimental drag coefficients for evaporating and burning drops at elevated pressures

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DOI: 10.1016/s0010-2180(73)80174-9


{fx199-03} and combustion of a proton drops have been investigated by injecting cold fuel drops into a {fx199-04} of pressure up to 615 {fx199-05} and observating them with high speed motion picture photography measurements of drop position with time resulted in velocities and accelerations from which Reynolds {fx199-06} were evaluated. These were then compared with the {fx199-07}. Two pannals conditions used for the determination of Reynolds numbers and {fx199-08} conditions-approach conditions and mean conditions-and results are presented for both cases. The {fx199-09} which served to correlate the cases composition data faitly successfully does not consists the drag coefficients. This can be described to the lack of analogy between the transfer of {fx199-10}. The use of initial diameters in calculating drag coefficients and Reynolds numbers the intermittently consteady nature of the droplet combustion {fx199-11} and the lack of sufficient information regarding the flow fields around burning and evaporating, drops {fx199-12} of Reynolds numbers (as in the present investigation) introduce unavoidstate {fx199-13} is the calcultaion and correlations.

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