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THE MAXIMUM ENTROPY METHOD APPLIED TO LIQUID JET ATOMIZATION

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A method is proposed to obtain by theoretical considerations the size distribution of sprays for a thick layer in the presence of gaseous flow. First, a maximum disturbance wave length is deduced from linear theory. This wave length is injected into a Stuart vortex in which the deformation of an initially planar liquid surface leads to the formation of a ligament. Droplets are formed by breakup of this transversal detached-or longitudinal attached-ligament and a theoretical mean diameter can be determined. Maximum entropy principles are then applied to deduce the size distribution.
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hal-02156745 , version 1 (14-06-2019)

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Roger Prud'Homme, G. Ordonneau. THE MAXIMUM ENTROPY METHOD APPLIED TO LIQUID JET ATOMIZATION. 15th annual conference on liquid atomization and spray systems, Jul 1999, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02156745⟩
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