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Title: Development of a mathematical model of frazil ice evolution based on laboratory tests using a counter-rotating flume
Authors: Wang, Shuang Ming
Doering, JC
Keywords: frazil ice
numerical models
supercooling
counter-rotating flume
turbulence
Issue Date: 29-Mar-2007
Citation: 0315-1468; CAN J CIVIL ENG, 2007, vol.34, no.2, pp.210-218.
Abstract: A mathematical model to simulate the supercooling process and frazil ice evolution in a counter-rotating flume was developed. It considers the effect of frazil ice thermal growth while neglecting several complicated physical processes such as secondary nucleation, flocculation, and (or) break up. The supercooling process, vertical distribution of flow turbulence parameters, and frazil ice number concentration were simulated, as well the variation of the mean size of frazil ice during the supercooling process was modeled. The simulation results from this model show good agreement with experimental data.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1993/2768
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1139/l06-093
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