Longitudinal laminar flow past arrays of cylinders

Sangkyun Koo, Kwang Ho Song

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The problem of determining permeability of a longitudinal laminar flow parallel to the axes of cylinders is examined in detail for square and hexagonal arrays of cylinders. A multipole expansion method is employed to determine fluid velocity. The numerical results for the permeability are compared with those obtained by a cell theory and an asymptotic analysis. The cell theory agrees well with the numerical results for hexagonal arrays. The asymptotic analysis also shows good agreement with the numerical results for square and hexagonal arrays. Finally, we present formulas for determining the permeability for the periodic arrays of cylinders.

Original language English 624-630 7 Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 11 4 Published - 2005 Jul 1

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Asymptotic analysis
Laminar flow
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Keywords

• Asymptotic analysis
• Cell theory
• Multipole expansion method
• Permeability
• Square and hexagonal arrays

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• Engineering (miscellaneous)

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In: Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Vol. 11, No. 4, 01.07.2005, p. 624-630.

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