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Study of Molten Metal Flow Interaction with Air Flow. 2014 CEAS Poster Competition Graduate Student: Yi- Hsin Yen Faculty Advisor: Prof. Amano. UW-Milwaukee. CEAS Poster Competition. Motivation. Alumina (Al 2 O 3 ) agglomerate on the chamber wall in a high-temperature air flow channel. .

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study of molten metal flow interaction with air flow

Study of Molten Metal Flow Interaction with Air Flow

2014 CEAS Poster Competition

Graduate Student: Yi-Hsin Yen

Faculty Advisor: Prof. Amano

motivation

UW-Milwaukee

CEAS Poster Competition

Motivation
  • Alumina (Al2O3) agglomerate on the chamber wall in a high-temperature air flow channel.
acknowledgment

UW-Milwaukee

Acknowledgment
  • The software and support was provided by CD-Adapco, and special thanks to technical support of Lisa Mesaros and Peter Klein.
  • We also thanks the help from Edwards Air Force Research Laboratory.