This paper details the author experiences with the validation of
computer models to predict low gravity fluid behavior. It reviews
the literature of low gravity fluid behavior as a starting point
for developing a baseline set of test cases. It examines authors
attempts to validate their models against these cases and the
issues they encountered. The main issues seem to be that: Most of
the data is described by empirical correlation rather than
fundamental relation; Detailed measurements of the flow field have
not been made; Free surface shapes are observed but through thick
plastic cylinders, and therefore subject to a great deal of optical
distortion; and Heat transfer process time constants are on the
order of minutes to days but the zero-gravity time available has
been only seconds.
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