By Renata Dmowska, Barry Saltzman

ISBN-10: 0120188457

ISBN-13: 9780120188451

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These problems would be very difficult to solve analytically and are indeed most conveniently solved by numerical methods. Thus, Jenson (1959), Hamielec et al (1967), Le Clair et al (1970), and Pruppacher et al (1970) started to perform numerical calculations of fields for incompressible flow past rigid and liquid spheres. Spherical problems, especially at low Reynolds numbers, are largely relevant only to cloud drops. Most other cloud and precipitation particles are prominently nonspherical. Large raindrops have relatively flat bottoms and round tops, like hamburger buns.

Ar oo is smaller than iTt^aC. 8%. Again, in view of the fact that these are all approximations, we can probably live with this error. (iv) Cross-Sectional Area Normal to the Direction of Fall The cross-sectional area normal to the direction of fall is one of the important dynamic quantities of conical particles. 2. 2 is for determining a,C, and k from a photograph of a particle. Here we shall investigate a converse problem, namely, determining X^ and Zm for a given a, C, and X. The most straightforward method would be to put Eqs.

Fl, fr(Ax,/2 + Axf/A,^i/4)-| _ \[ (Axi^, + Axi) J ^ri Ax,_i/Ax,l Ax,/Ax,+i 1 Axj/Axt^,] 2 J '-' rr(Ax,/2 + Ax,^i/Ax,/4)-| Axi^i/Axi 1 f Ax/_i/(Ax,- + Axi-i) 1 0,_i f^f+i — \ f ^ / - i H—z— (•^•A^; 2 J I 4 \ '' 2 where Ax/ = (x,+i — x/). Using the above operators, a component equation of Eq. i + Ax,)0,] Axi/Axi^i/(Axi + AJCJ_I) ^ The three-dimensional QUICK scheme can be similarly constructed. 15) 3. HYDRODYNAMICS OF SMALL ICE PARTICLES 53 where At is the time step and Vmax is the maximum velocity in the flow domain.

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