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Collision Efficiencies in Washout

T. G. Owe BergT.G. Owe Berg, Inc., Garden Grove, Calif.

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Thomas A. GauklerT.G. Owe Berg, Inc., Garden Grove, Calif.

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Abstract

Collision efficiencies E have been determined from particle trajectories for the case of a 1-mm glass sphere and 6–20 μ spherical glass particles falling in still air. An empirical formula for the dependence of E upon scavenger size, scavenger velocity, and particle terminal velocity has been derived.

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Collision efficiencies E have been determined from particle trajectories for the case of a 1-mm glass sphere and 6–20 μ spherical glass particles falling in still air. An empirical formula for the dependence of E upon scavenger size, scavenger velocity, and particle terminal velocity has been derived.

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