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Adhesion and detachment fluxes of micro-particles from a permeable wall under turbulent flow conditions

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We report a numerical investigation of the deposition and re-entrainment of Brownian particles from a permeable plane wall. The tangential flow was turbulent. The suspension dynamics were obtained through direct numerical simulation of the Navier–Stokes equations coupled to the Lagrangian tracking of individual particles. Physical phenomena acting on the particles such as flow transport, adhesion, detachment and re-entrainment were considered. Brownian diffusion was accounted for in the trajectory computations by a stochastic model specifically adapted for use in the vicinity of the wall. Interactions between the particles and the wall such as adhesion forces and detachment were modeled. Validations of analytical solutions for simplified cases and comparisons with theoretical predictions are presented as well. Results are discussed focusing on the interplay between the distinct mechanisms occurring in the fouling of filtration devices. Particulate fluxes towards and away from the permeable wall are analyzed under different adhesion strengths.
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hal-03534688 , version 1 (19-01-2022)

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Riccardo Maniero, Eric Climent, Patrice Bacchin. Adhesion and detachment fluxes of micro-particles from a permeable wall under turbulent flow conditions. Chemical Engineering Science, 2012, 71, pp.409-421. ⟨10.1016/j.ces.2011.10.067⟩. ⟨hal-03534688⟩
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