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Kinematic and dynamic pair collision statistics of sedimenting inertial particles relevant to warm rain initiation
Journal of Physics, Conference Series
In recent years, direct numerical simulation (DNS) approach has become a reliable tool for studying turbulent collision-coalescence of cloud droplets relevant to warm rain development. It has been shown that small-scale turbulent motion can enhance the collision rate of droplets by either enhancing the relative velocity and collision efficiency or by inertia-induced droplet clustering. A hybrid DNS approach incorporating DNS of air turbulence, disturbance flows due to droplets, and dropletdoi:10.1088/1742-6596/318/7/072016 fatcat:xwuovh56zbdhhgskncoxefofy4