By John C. Slattery (auth.)
Read Online or Download Interfacial Transport Phenomena PDF
Similar thermodynamics books
This bestselling ebook within the box presents a whole creation to the actual origins of warmth and mass move. famous for its crystal transparent presentation and easy-to-follow challenge fixing method, Incropera and Dewitt's systematic method of the 1st legislations develops reader self belief in utilizing this crucial software for thermal research.
During the last 3 a long time, advances in modeling move, warmth, and mass move via a porous medium have dramatically reworked engineering functions. entire and cohesive, guide of Porous Media, moment version provides a compilation of study on the topic of warmth and mass move together with the improvement of sensible purposes for research and layout of engineering units and structures related to porous media.
The publication covers the flux pinning mechanisms and homes and the electromagnetic phenomena as a result of the flux pinning universal for metal, high-Tc and MgB2 superconductors. The condensation strength interplay identified for regular precipitates or grain obstacles and the kinetic power interplay proposed for man made Nb pins in Nb-Ti, and so forth.
Thermal-hydraulic instability can in all probability impair thermal reliability of reactor cores or different energy gear parts. therefore it is very important handle balance concerns in strength apparatus linked to thermal and nuclear installations, relatively in thermal nuclear energy vegetation, chemical and petroleum industries, area know-how, and radio, digital, and machine cooling structures.
- Heat and Thermodynamics
- Computational Studies, Nanotechnology, and Solution Thermodynamics of Polymer Systems
- Hypersonic and High-Temperature Gas Dynamics (2nd Edition)
- The Laws of Thermodynamics: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)
- Theoretical Chemical Engineering: Modeling and Simulation
Additional resources for Interfacial Transport Phenomena
The lower fluid and the dyed fluid are glycerol; the upper fluid is silicone oil (Dussan V. and Davis 1974, Figure 11). The arrows indicate the direction of motion of the common line. 9-13 ~. '" ~ § o ..... S ~. ~ (n '" ::l o (') 8.
The are lengths along these curves in the reference configuration will be denoted as Sx (1) and s" (2)' We should be able to leam about the local rate of defonnation of the surface by examining ~(dP(cr) dp(cr) ) - - . - - d s 1 ds 2 dS(l) dS(2) () () dt dv(cr) dp(cr) dp(cr) dv(cr) - - - · - - d s ds + - - · - - d s ds -dS(l) dS(2) (1) (2) dS(l) dS(2) (1) (2) (8-1) This can be simplified by noting that dv(cr). dp(cr) _ (av(cr) dyCl ) dS(l) dS(2) ayCl ds( 1 ) = (V (cr) • dp(cr) dS(2) v(cr). dp(cr) ) .
Finally, in Figure 9-8 (c), it made contact with the Plexiglas and in Figure 9-8 (d) appeared to be in contact with the Plexiglas. Although Figure 9-8 (e) showed no dye mark, it could be seen from above still in contact with the Plexiglas. ii) Two drops of glycerol, one transparent and the other dyed with food coloring, were placed side by side on asolid beers wax surface. 2 47 Motion of multiphase bodies (h) (a) . 9·9: (a) Two drops ot gtycerol on a oees wax surfaee. (b) After merging, there is only one drop, part of which is dyed.