Alberto means OpenQBMM can handle break up problem, but you need to think how large is the stokes number of your disperse droplets.
See the following for an introduction. > Passalacqua, A. et al. "A fully coupled quadrature-based moment method for dilute to moderately dilute fluid–particle flows." Chemical Engineering Science 65.7 (2010): 2267-2283.
Post by Alberto Passalacqua on Nov 19, 2018 19:00:22 GMT -6
I meant we do not have a specific application where QBMM are applied to the Boltzmann-Williams equation, and we also do not have kernels for coalescence and breakup specific to spray models. In the literature the AG model was used for these applications, and the HyCQMOM approach we recently implemented can also be used for the same, but you will have to implement the required submodels. The structure of the framework is built to support that, so it is question of choosing the submodel you need and implement them in the code.