The Resource Turbulent multiphase flows with heat and mass transfer, authors Fabien Anselmet, Roland Borghi

Turbulent multiphase flows with heat and mass transfer, authors Fabien Anselmet, Roland Borghi

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Turbulent multiphase flows with heat and mass transfer
Title
Turbulent multiphase flows with heat and mass transfer
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authors Fabien Anselmet, Roland Borghi
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  • eng
  • eng
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Anselmet, Fabien
Dewey number
683.495
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illustrations
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index present
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English
LC call number
TA357.5.M84
LC item number
.A574 2014
Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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Borghi, Roland
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  • Multiphase flow
  • Heat
  • Mass transfer
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Turbulent multiphase flows with heat and mass transfer, authors Fabien Anselmet, Roland Borghi
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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text
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Contents
  • Cover; Title page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; PART 1. APPROACH AND GENERAL EQUATIONS; Chapter 1. Towards a Unified Description of Multiphase Flows; 1.1. Continuous approach and kinetic approach; 1.2. Eulerian-Lagrangian and Eulerian formulations; Chapter 2. Instant Equations for a Piecewise Continuous Medium; 2.1. Integral and differential forms of balance equations; 2.2. Phase mass balance equations in a piecewise continuous medium; 2.3. Momentum balances; 2.4. Energy balances; 2.5. Position and interface area balance equations
  • 2.6. Extension for a fluid phase that is a mixture2.7. Completing the description of the medium; Chapter 3. Description of a ""Mean Multiphase Medium""; 3.1. The need for a mean description; 3.2. How are mean values defined?; 3.2.1. Temporal average; 3.2.2. Volumetric average; 3.2.3. Statistical average; 3.2.4. Filtered average; 3.3. Which average to choose, according to their advantages and disadvantages?; Chapter 4. Equations for the Mean Continuous Medium; 4.1. Global balance equations for the mean medium; 4.1.1. Total mass; 4.1.2. Total momentum; 4.1.3. Total energy
  • 4.2. Balance equations for the phases of a mean medium4.2.1. Phase mass; 4.2.2. Phase momentum; 4.2.3. Energies of each phase; 4.2.4. Phase volume; 4.3. Complete representation of the mean medium; 4.3.1. Global representation; 4.3.2. Multifluid representation; 4.4. Mean equations of state; 4.5. Extensions; 4.5.1. Extension when a fluid phase is a mixture; 4.5.2. Extension for dispersed media; 4.6. Boundary conditions; PART 2. MODELING: A SINGLE APPROACH ADAPTABLE TO MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS; Chapter 5. The Modeling of Interphase Exchanges; 5.1. General methodology
  • 5.2. Interface between phases and its mean area per unit of volume5.2.1. Case of a suspension of liquid or solid particles; 5.2.2. Case of a medium containing parcels of variable shapes and sizes; 5.2.3. Case of a suspension of particles of constant and known sizes; 5.3. Forces of contact and friction between phases; 5.3.1. Pressure forces on spherical particles in a non-viscous flow; 5.3.2. Friction on solid particles in steady flow; 5.3.3. Slightly curved liquid-gas interfaces; 5.3.4. Drops or bubbles; 5.4. Heat transfers at the surface of a particle, without mass exchange
  • 5.5. Heat and mass transfers during boiling5.5.1. Slightly curved liquid-gas interfaces; 5.5.2. Bubbles; 5.6. Mass and heat exchanges by vaporization; 5.6.1. Mass transfer by evaporation at a flat interface; 5.6.2. Evaporation of a drop; 5.6.3. Combustion of a drop; Chapter 6. Modeling Turbulent Dispersion Fluxes; 6.1. Global modeling; 6.1.1. General information; 6.1.2. Kinetic energy of the ""global fluctuations""; 6.1.3. Modeling the kinetic energy of the fluctuations; 6.1.4. Length scales for fluctuations and time scale for the dissipation of kinetic energy of fluctuations
  • 6.1.5. Further studies on the dispersion flux of a phase
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1 online resource (469 p.)
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online
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9781118790076
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computer
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  • c
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remote
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  • (CKB)2550000001169666
  • (EBL)1580025
  • (OCoLC)866442450
  • (SSID)ssj0001169986
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11746345
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0001169986
  • (PQKBWorkID)11167780
  • (PQKB)11016422
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1580025
  • (EXLCZ)992550000001169666
Label
Turbulent multiphase flows with heat and mass transfer, authors Fabien Anselmet, Roland Borghi
Publication
Copyright
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Contents
  • Cover; Title page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; PART 1. APPROACH AND GENERAL EQUATIONS; Chapter 1. Towards a Unified Description of Multiphase Flows; 1.1. Continuous approach and kinetic approach; 1.2. Eulerian-Lagrangian and Eulerian formulations; Chapter 2. Instant Equations for a Piecewise Continuous Medium; 2.1. Integral and differential forms of balance equations; 2.2. Phase mass balance equations in a piecewise continuous medium; 2.3. Momentum balances; 2.4. Energy balances; 2.5. Position and interface area balance equations
  • 2.6. Extension for a fluid phase that is a mixture2.7. Completing the description of the medium; Chapter 3. Description of a ""Mean Multiphase Medium""; 3.1. The need for a mean description; 3.2. How are mean values defined?; 3.2.1. Temporal average; 3.2.2. Volumetric average; 3.2.3. Statistical average; 3.2.4. Filtered average; 3.3. Which average to choose, according to their advantages and disadvantages?; Chapter 4. Equations for the Mean Continuous Medium; 4.1. Global balance equations for the mean medium; 4.1.1. Total mass; 4.1.2. Total momentum; 4.1.3. Total energy
  • 4.2. Balance equations for the phases of a mean medium4.2.1. Phase mass; 4.2.2. Phase momentum; 4.2.3. Energies of each phase; 4.2.4. Phase volume; 4.3. Complete representation of the mean medium; 4.3.1. Global representation; 4.3.2. Multifluid representation; 4.4. Mean equations of state; 4.5. Extensions; 4.5.1. Extension when a fluid phase is a mixture; 4.5.2. Extension for dispersed media; 4.6. Boundary conditions; PART 2. MODELING: A SINGLE APPROACH ADAPTABLE TO MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS; Chapter 5. The Modeling of Interphase Exchanges; 5.1. General methodology
  • 5.2. Interface between phases and its mean area per unit of volume5.2.1. Case of a suspension of liquid or solid particles; 5.2.2. Case of a medium containing parcels of variable shapes and sizes; 5.2.3. Case of a suspension of particles of constant and known sizes; 5.3. Forces of contact and friction between phases; 5.3.1. Pressure forces on spherical particles in a non-viscous flow; 5.3.2. Friction on solid particles in steady flow; 5.3.3. Slightly curved liquid-gas interfaces; 5.3.4. Drops or bubbles; 5.4. Heat transfers at the surface of a particle, without mass exchange
  • 5.5. Heat and mass transfers during boiling5.5.1. Slightly curved liquid-gas interfaces; 5.5.2. Bubbles; 5.6. Mass and heat exchanges by vaporization; 5.6.1. Mass transfer by evaporation at a flat interface; 5.6.2. Evaporation of a drop; 5.6.3. Combustion of a drop; Chapter 6. Modeling Turbulent Dispersion Fluxes; 6.1. Global modeling; 6.1.1. General information; 6.1.2. Kinetic energy of the ""global fluctuations""; 6.1.3. Modeling the kinetic energy of the fluctuations; 6.1.4. Length scales for fluctuations and time scale for the dissipation of kinetic energy of fluctuations
  • 6.1.5. Further studies on the dispersion flux of a phase
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (469 p.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118790076
Media category
computer
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)2550000001169666
  • (EBL)1580025
  • (OCoLC)866442450
  • (SSID)ssj0001169986
  • (PQKBManifestationID)11746345
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0001169986
  • (PQKBWorkID)11167780
  • (PQKB)11016422
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1580025
  • (EXLCZ)992550000001169666

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