Application of generalized diffusion theory for calculation of particle distribution in suspension flow between two vertically coaxial cylinders
Applications of the generalized diffusion theory for calculation of rotating spherical particle distribution in a suspension with viscouse fluid, using nonlinear closing relationships are demonstrated. A problem of motion of suspension in the gap between two rotating vertically coaxial cylinders was established and stationary case of the problem was numerically investigated. A comparison between the numerical prediction of particle concentration and the experimental data of Phillips et al. (1992) was made.