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Parameter identification of the basset force acting on particles in fluid flow induced by the oscillating wall

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The article is aimed at the development of the analytical approach for evaluating the parameters of the Basset force acting on a particle in two-dimensional fluid flow induced by the oscillating wall. By applying regression analysis, analytical expressions to determine complementary functions were established for evaluating the Basset force. The obtained dependencies were generalized using the infinite power series. As a result of studying the hydrodynamics of a two-phase flow, analytical dependencies to determine the Basset force were proposed for assessing its impact on particles of the dispersed phase in a plane channel with the oscillating wall. It was discovered that the Basset force affects larger particles. However, in the case of relatively large wavelengths, its averaged value for the vibration period is neglected. Additionally, the value of the Basset force was determined analytically for the case of relatively small wavelengths. Moreover, it was discovered that its impact can be increased by reducing the wavelength of the oscillating wall.
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53--63
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Bibliogr. 22 poz., rys., tab.
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  • Institute of Manufacturing Management, Technical University of Kosice Presov, Slovakia, jan.pitel@tuke.sk
Bibliografia
  • [1] Gubaidullin, D.A., Osipov, P.P., & Zakirov, A.N. (2014). Impact of Basset force on threshold values of particle drag coefficient and density parameter in standing sinusoidal wave. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 567, 012018.
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  • [15] Sklabinskyi, V., Liaposhchenko, O., Pavlenko, I., Lytvynenko, O., & Demianenko, M. (2019). Modelling of liquid’s distribution and migration in the fibrous filter layer in the process of inertial-filtering separation. Advances in Design, Simulation and Manufacturing, DSMIE 2018, Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, 489-497.
  • [16] Xu, S., & Nadim, A. (2015). Three models for rectilinear particle motion with the Basset history force. Electronic Journal of Differential Equations, 104, 1-19.
  • [17] Liaposchenko, O., Pavlenko, I., & Nastenko, O. (2017). The model of crossed movement and gas-liquid flow interaction with captured liquid film in the inertial-filtering separation channels. Separation and Purification Technology, 173, 240-243.
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Uwagi
Opracowanie rekordu w ramach umowy 509/P-DUN/2018 ze środków MNiSW przeznaczonych na działalność upowszechniającą naukę (2019).
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