Development of an improved mixing model for an SRM code
(2013) MASY01 20132Mathematical Statistics
 Abstract (Swedish)
 Consider two gases being pumped into a container of some sort. How will they mix? How will they interact
with one another? And how do you model the mixing using a computer?
One way is to rst divide the two gases into smaller groups called particles and then let these particles
interact with one another at random. Two of the models that is used today is CURL and Modied CURL.
They work well and the results are consistent with experimental data. One drawback with them is that
neither of them can handle mixing with two particles of dierent sizes. So here is presented a new model
based on CURL and Modied CURL but with the extension of handling particles of dierent sizes. To test
the consistency of these new models simulations are done... (More)  Consider two gases being pumped into a container of some sort. How will they mix? How will they interact
with one another? And how do you model the mixing using a computer?
One way is to rst divide the two gases into smaller groups called particles and then let these particles
interact with one another at random. Two of the models that is used today is CURL and Modied CURL.
They work well and the results are consistent with experimental data. One drawback with them is that
neither of them can handle mixing with two particles of dierent sizes. So here is presented a new model
based on CURL and Modied CURL but with the extension of handling particles of dierent sizes. To test
the consistency of these new models simulations are done using DARS, a product of LOGE. (Less)
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 author
 Gustafsson, Henrik
 supervisor

 Magnus Wiktorsson ^{LU}
 organization
 course
 MASY01 20132
 year
 2013
 type
 M2  Bachelor Degree
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 English
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 4146050
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