Another mean value is the Sauter Mean Diameter (SMD or D [3,2]), which relates to the surface area of the particles.
What does SMD stand for?
SMD stands for Sauter Mean Diameter
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Sauter mean diameter (SMD) was used as a meaningful quantity to represent the average of droplet diameter.
The droplet diameter is calculated by using these shape parameters along with the upper limit distribution function, ULDF, to determine the volume-to-area mean diameter also known as the Sauter mean diameter or [D.
Typically, the sauter mean diameter increases from 1 mm to 3 mm along the froth height due to bubble coalescence (Yianatos et al.
These results might suggest that in some cases the Sauter mean diameter is not a suitable parameter to reveal differences in bubble size distributions, particularly at the coarse end of the distribution, as depicted in Figure 10.