Departmental Bulletin Paper Numerical simulation of fouling by particles in dead-end constant-pressure microfiltration
Modeling and Simulation in Applied Mathematics : Proceedings of Annual Workshop on Modeling and Simulation in Applied Mathematics, December 20, 2015JOSAI UNIVERSITY

赤松, 憲樹  ,  Kanasugi, Shosuke  ,  藤田, 昌大  ,  Nakao, Shin-ichi

9pp.65 - 73 , 2016-03 , 城西大学大学院理学研究科
ISSN:13447777
NCID:AA1141485X
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Fouling behaviors by particles in dead-end constant- pressure microfiltration processes were numerically simulated using a novel simulator SNAP (Structure of NAnoParticles). The characteristics of the simulation model in SNAP is the use of the two-way coupling method, which considers the effect of particle motion on fluid flow as well as that of fluid flow on particle motion even when the concentration of particles is higher. The simulation studies demonstrated the effect of surface porosity of membrane on the fouling behaviors was much larger than that of particle diameter. And they also demonstrated that the difference in surface porosity resulted in two fouling modes.
Modeling and Simulation in Applied Mathematics : Proceedings of Annual Workshop on Modeling and Simulation in Applied Mathematics, held at Josai Unversity on December 20 in 2015 / edited by Masahiro FUJITA, Manabu INUMA, Takahiro TSUCHIYA, Hidenori YASUDA
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