(95al) A Study on Partially Wetted Particle Collisions with a Wet Wall
In order to study this complex system of partially wetted particle collisions a Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) is used for incompressible flow. To model the coupling between the solid phases and the fluid phase, a second order accurate Immersed Boundary Method (IBM) is used (Deen et al.,2012). The interface between the fluids is tracked by a Volume Of Fluid (VOF) method (Baltussen et al., 2017). The contact-line dynamics are solved by imposing a contact angle as a boundary condition (Patel et al., 2017).
The simulated results will be compared with dry particle collisions on a wet wall (Tang et al., 2017) and with wet particle collisions on a wet wall.
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