K. Nakanishi, J. Szekely
In essence, this model combines a coalescence theOl)1 p.-oposed by SaJJman and Tuner with a recently developed computational algorithmfor representing turbulent , reci rculatolY flows. The predictions based on the model were found to be in reasonable agreement with measurements obtained in both a 50 t ASEASKF furnace and in a 20 kg laboratory scale unit. It is noted, furthermore , that the turbulence /Jarameters used in the present computation for the 50 t unit, were found to be consistent with /neviously re/Jorted tmcer dispersion measurements. The model described here seems attractive because it appears to be the first successful attempt where quantitative account has been taken of the e.fJect of turbulence on deoxidation kinetics .