Drops moving in flow with chernical reaction
Neittaanmäki, P., & Rivkind, V. (1994). Drops moving in flow with chernical reaction. Computational fluid dynamics '94: invited lectures and special technological sessions of the Second European Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference, 5-8 September 1994, Stuttgart., p. 888-893.
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We propose a free boundary model described by coupled Navier-Stokes and chemical reaction equations with discontinuous coefRcients to simulate the chemical re- ¿ctions in viscous drops moving in a viscous incompressible ûuid. Approximation of the solution by a special ñnite element method (FEM) with a method of mapping is discussed. Several numerical resulùs åre presented.
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