The cratering regime with its manifold characteristics like micro-entrapments, primary entrapment which could lead to the trampoline phenomena, vortex rings, micro-jetting and thick jets is chosen as a study case for the influence of liquid pool temperature on the drop impact into a deep pool. Characteristic drop impact which features micro-entrapments, primary entrapment and trampoline phenomena are selected as a test cases. Pool temperatures between 20 and 40 °C are studied, whereby the droplet temperature is kept constant. The experimental results are compared with simulations obtained using the interFoam solver of the OpenFOAM® open source CFD package.

(2012). Water drop impact into a deep pool: influence of the liquid pool temperature [conference presentation - intervento a convegno]. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/27138

Water drop impact into a deep pool: influence of the liquid pool temperature

FEST SANTINI, Stephanie;SANTINI, Maurizio;COSSALI, Gianpietro
2012-01-01

Abstract

The cratering regime with its manifold characteristics like micro-entrapments, primary entrapment which could lead to the trampoline phenomena, vortex rings, micro-jetting and thick jets is chosen as a study case for the influence of liquid pool temperature on the drop impact into a deep pool. Characteristic drop impact which features micro-entrapments, primary entrapment and trampoline phenomena are selected as a test cases. Pool temperatures between 20 and 40 °C are studied, whereby the droplet temperature is kept constant. The experimental results are compared with simulations obtained using the interFoam solver of the OpenFOAM® open source CFD package.
FEST SANTINI, Stephanie; Guilizzoni, Manfredo; Santini, Maurizio; Cossali, Gianpietro
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