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A numerical study of thermo solutal melting
Scanlon, Thomas J. (Author), Stickland, Matthew T. (Author)

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Abstract
This paper describes the numerical investigation into the melting of a pure ice block into an aqueous solution of sodium carbonate (Na2CO3). The numerical study is concerned with capturing the evolving solid-fluid interface during phase change while solving sequentially the double-diffusive conditions resulting from the combined effects of thermal and solutal buoyancy in the flow field. The results show that, with a relatively simple phase change modelincorporated into a fixed grid, finite volume numerical formulation, reasonable concurrence may be obtained in comparison with published experimental data.

Language:English
Keywords:faznospremenljivi modeli, taljenje ledu, procesi strjevanja, modeliranje numerično, melting of ice, natural convection, solid-liquid phase change, numerical methodology
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Year:2005
Publisher:Association of Mechanical Engineers and Technicians of Slovenia et al.
Number of pages:Str. 456-461
Numbering:Letn. 51, št. 7/8
UDC:536.2
ISSN on article:0039-2480
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Title:Strojniški vestnik
Shortened title:Stroj. vestn.
Publisher:Zveza strojnih inženirjev in tehnikov Slovenije [et al.], = Association of Mechanical Engineers and Technicians of Slovenia [et al.]
ISSN:0039-2480
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