AuthorsSazhin, Sergei S.
Elwardani, Ahmed Elsaid
Gusev, Ivan G.
Shishkova, Irina N.
Snegirev, Alexander Yu.
Heikal, Morgan Raymond
KAUST DepartmentMechanical Engineering Program
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AbstractA brief summary of new models for droplet heating and evaporation, developed mainly at the Sir Harry Ricardo Laboratory of the University of Brighton during 2011-2012, is presented. These are hydrodynamic models for mono-component droplet heating and evaporation, taking into account the effects of the moving boundary due to evaporation, hydrodynamic models of multi-component droplet heating and evaporation, taking and not taking into account the effects of the moving boundary, new kinetic models of mono-component droplet heating and evaporation, and a model for mono-component droplet evaporation, based on molecular dynamics simulation. The results, predicted by the new models are compared with experimental data and the prehctions of the previously developed models where possible. © 2013 Asian Network for Scientific Information.
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