Simultaneous measurements of diameter, velocity and concentration of particles are carried out in a flow with two disperse phases in a liquid. For high-accuracy particle recognition by different light-scattering mechanisms, an extended phase-Doppler anemometer utilizing the sign of the signal phase shift is used. The possibility of distinguishing between two disperse phases is verified with water as the continuous phase, and air bubbles and glass particles as the disperse phases in a specially developed three-phase flow channel. The technique is demonstrated for three-phase flows with different loadings of bubbles and glass beads.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 4, 2001
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