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The air flow field of model consists of a continuity equation, a momentum equation, an energy equation, a **turbulent kinetic energy** equation, and a turbulent dissipation rate equation.

Mathematical model The standard model is a model that is based on solving the transport equations of **turbulent kinetic energy** k and its dissipation rate [epsilon].

The modified terms in Equation e of the RNG [kappa]-[epsilon] model enhance the dissipation rate in the vicinity of the stagnation region and prevent the augmentation of **turbulent kinetic energy** in this region.

7) It solves two transport equations, one for **turbulent kinetic energy** k and one for turbulent frequency [omega]: k equation: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (8) [omega] equation: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].

T] can be computed by combining the **turbulent kinetic energy** k and its dissipation rate s as follows: [[mu].

This settling process was caused by the loss of the **turbulent Kinetic energy** which depends on the particle size.

43m/s or 281 ft/min) and constant turbulent intensity (10%); and (2) profiled velocity and **turbulent kinetic energy** from Hotwire measurement (Zhang 1991).

The presence of bubbles in turbulent flows enhances dissipation of **turbulent kinetic energy** as well aspromoting its production REFERENCES Serizawa.