TURBULENCE GENERATION BY ELECTRIC BODY FORCES.

Jane H. Davidson, Edward J. Shaughnessy

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Abstract

The effect of an electric body force on vorticity production and turbulence generation in a gas is investigated by examination of the governing electrohydrodynamic equations. The theoretical concepts are illustrated by hot-film anemometer measurements of the electrically induced turbulence in a large scale electrostatic precipitator. The results indicate dramatic increases in turbulence and diffusivity due to the corona discharge and suggest that turbulence control in this application requires a modification in electrode geometry. Refs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherUniv of Missouri-Rolla
StatePublished - Dec 1 1984

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    Davidson, J. H., & Shaughnessy, E. J. (1984). TURBULENCE GENERATION BY ELECTRIC BODY FORCES. In Unknown Host Publication Title Univ of Missouri-Rolla.