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Flow Characteristics of Gas and Liquid through a Cell Porous Disk

Author(s): Yasuyuki Hirano | Koichi Takeda | Testuya Yano | Seiji Kumagai | Seiichi Sudo

Journal: Research Letters in Materials Science
ISSN 1687-6822

Volume: 2007;
Date: 2007;
Original page

This paper describes applications of cell porous materials. The authors investigated the flow characteristics of a gas-liquid mixture in a rotating porous disk. For theoretical analyses, the gas is assumed to permeate the entire disk surface. A simple one-dimensional model illustrates that the residence time of the liquid is much greater than that of the gas. Violent interaction in small cells is likely to enhance the chemical reaction between gas and liquid. Cell porous materials might also be exploited for chemical reaction purposes.
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