The Flow of Gas with Dispersed Particles in a Cylindrical Channel at a Subsonic SpeedAbstract
In this article, we present a method and an algorithm for calculating the dynamic characteristics of gas flow in a cylindrical channel at a subsonic speed, in the presence of dispersed particles in the gas. The problem of identifying the dynamic characteristics of dispersed particle- containing inert gas feed into ladles and the converter is used to improve the accuracy of inert gas dosing. The relevant boundary value problem has no analytical solution. We consider the dynamics of a steady flow of a perfect gas containing dispersed particle in a vertical channel. Numerical methods are used to obtain a solution to the boundary value problem in the Mathcad environment. We present the results of a study of changes in gas parameters along the channel at different gas flow rates. The graphs show dimensional variables. We consider the distributed density of the dispersed phase, the temperatures of the carrier and dispersed phases, the Mach number M, the Reynolds number Re, the Nusselt number Nu, and the Stokes number Stk.