Simulation of impaction filtration of aerosol droplets in porous media

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Ghazaryan, L.; Lopez Penha, D.J.; Geurts, Bernardus J.; Stolz, S.; Stolz, Steffen; Winkelmann, Christoph; Pereira, J.C.F; Sequeira, A.; Pereira, J.M.C.;
  • Publisher: Technical University of Lisbon
  • Subject: Stokes Number | Filtration efficiency | Particle tracking | Immersed boundary method | Aeosol Filtration | Structured porous media
    arxiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics

We report on the development of a method to simulate from first principles the particle filtration efficiency of filters that are composed of structured porous media. We assume that the ratio of particle density to the fluid density is high. We concentrate on the motion... View more
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