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Table of Symbols dynamic Peclet numberSg
D
L
V
Pd
eD

suspended particle concentration in carrier fluid;c

3
particle concenterationCM

p
article retained concentration;
L;
longitudinal position;andxL
detachment rate coefficient;
det
k
flow velocity;U
1
filter coefficient.L
p
article settling velocit
s
w
fluid velocity;
S
Uy;
p
article velocityU
fluid interstitial velocity;V
;
P
fluid center line vU
densities of particle and f
s
elocity;
O
radial distance;r
luid, respectively;
pf
gravitational accelerationg
;
capillary radius;
o
r
p
article radiusaHamakar constantergs;H
gravitational groupN
p
dynamicpressurep
; GG
21
spersion coefficientDLparticle longitudinal di
LP
;
longitudinal distance;x

1
longitudinal dispersioncoefficient;
L
D
free fluid molecular diffusion coefficient of solD
LT
T
particle molecular diffusi
P
D
;
on coefficient in a
21
free fluid;LT
21
ute
21
p
article veloci
Pty ;VL

;LT
1
interstitial velocity; andVL
T
T
media grain diameter;
g
dL and
particle diameterdL
fluid
Sp
Peclet numberSg
Vd
Pe D
