PIV measurement and numerical simulation of a large scale collapsing gas bubble that results from the burst of a balloon in a deep water pool are presented. There is seen to be excellent qualitative agreement between computation and experiment, and good quantitative agreement to within 8–10% when using a normalised error. This validation allowed subsequent investigation of the bubble flow field in areas not measurable using the PIV technique, such the central jet which generates splash, and in flow areas relevant to an industrial smelting process which can be used to determine a suitable tuyere separation.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: May 4, 1999
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