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Under fully-developed conditions, atomization is balanced by the deposition of drops entrained in the turbulent gas . The idealized model of an annular ﬂow which we have explored considers a horizontal channel for which the bottom and top walls are arrays of sources (see Figure 1). Drops are represented by solid spherical particles. The atomization process is modeled by injecting the particles from x2 = dp /2 with a velocity of (15, 1, 0) v ∗ and a rate per unit area of RAb and from x2 = 2H − dp /2 with a velocity of (15, −1, 0) v ∗ and a rate per unit area of RAt , where v ∗ is the friction velocity and H is the half-height of the channel.
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Symposium on the Theory of Numerical Analysis, held in Dundee/Scotland, September 15-23, 1970 by Scot. 1970 Symposium on the Theory of Numerical Analysis Dundee, Dold Heidelberg, B. Eckmann, John Ll Morris