Course Title : Multiphase Flow Engineering and Its Application

Code 10C037
Course Year Master and Doctor Course
Term 2nd term
Class day & Period Wed 2nd
Location
Credits 2
Restriction No Restriction
Lecture Form(s) Lecture
Language Japanese
Instructor KUNUGI, Tomoaki,YOKOMINE, Takehiko,

Course Description

Reviewing of the fundamental definition and characteristics of multiphase flows, and to learn the governmental equations and some modelings of the constitutive equations and the current status of the multiphase flows. Moreover, to review and learn the fundamental definition and characteristics of particle flows, and to learn the numerical methods to track the particle laden flows and the particle measurement method.

Grading

Present a summary of some papers regarding multiphase flows research by using a power point, and then answer several questions made by lecturers. The quality of your presentation and how deep understand your subject are the grading point.

Course Goals

As for the multiphase flows, to learn its fluid dynamics behaviors, governing equations and numerical methods, and finally to discuss its applications to many engineering fields.

Course Topics

Theme Class number of times Description
What's the multiphase flows? 1 To review the definitions and fundamental characteristics of multiphase flows.
Governing equation of gas-liquid two phase flows 2 To learn the governing equation of gas-liquid two phase flows
Modeling of gas-liquid two phase flows 2 To learn modeling of gas-liquid two phase flows and its constitutive equations
Numerical methods 3 To learn the numerical methods to solve the single-phase and two-phase flows
Examples of gas-liquid two phase flow analysis 1 To show some examples of gas-liquid two phase flow analysis
Characteristics of particle flows 1 Review characteristics of particle flows
Fundamental aspect of particle flows 1 Explain variables and parameters subjected to interaction between particle and particle and/or particle and flow. Moreover, momentum and heat exchange between phases, i.e., to explain One-way, Two-way and Four-way coupling numerical methods.
Particle methods 2 Explain numerical method for thermofluid including static particles like a packed bed. Moreover, numerical methods for macroscopic and microscopic particles such as Discrete Element Method.
Measurements of particle characteristics 2 Review several measuring methods of particle characteristics and thermofluid behaviors

Textbook

Handouts of the presentation will be provided in the lecture.

Textbook(supplemental)

Prerequisite(s)

Independent Study Outside of Class

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