5 edition of Buoyancy-induced flows and transport found in the catalog.
|Statement||Benjamin Gebhart ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||QA911 .B86 1988b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 1001 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1001|
|LC Control Number||87008680|
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Buoyancy-induced flows and transport by Benjamin Gebhart,Hemisphere Pub. Corp. edition, in English - Textbook : Buoyancy-induced Flows and Transport Benjamin Gebhart, Yogesh Jaluria, Bahgat Sammakia, Roop L. Mahajan Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, - Science - pages. Buoyancy Induced Flows and Transport concerns the heat transfer and fluid motions which arise in bodies of fluids.
It specifically relates to the natural circulation and other effects which result from density differences and gradients in a fluid region, as a result of a body force, such as gravity.
Buoyancy Induced Flows and Transport concerns the heat transfer and fluid motions which arise in bodies of fluids. It specifically relates to the natural circulation and other effects which result from density differences and gradients in a fluid region, as a result of a body force, such as gravity.
These density differences force a flow.5/5(1). Book Reviews. Buoyancy-Induced Flows and Transport. Benjamin Gebhart, Author, Benjamin Gebhart, Author Search for other works by this author on: This Site.
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MAHAJAN and B. SAMMAKIA. Springer,pp. DM - Volume - D. Riley. Buoyancy-Induced Flows and Transport (Benjamin Gebhart, Yogesh Jaluria, Roop L.
Mahajan, and Bahgat Sammakia). The induced flow, due solely to buoyancy, through a vertical annulus, with a uniformly heated inner rod and an adiabatic shell is analysed for radius ratios r 2 ∗ =and Measurements with a m tall annulus, inner rod radius mm and r 2 ∗ = in ambient air indicate that the numerical predictions of annulus height, heated surface and fluid temperatures are.
Buoyancy induced transport in porous media saturated with pure or saline water at low temperatures. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol.
23, Issue. 11, p. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 23, Issue. 11, p. Ternik, Buchmeister: Buoyancy-Induced Flow and Heat Transfer of Power Law Fluids in obtained for different values of with the sa me values of Rayleigh and Prandtl number . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Buoyancy-induced flows and transport.
Washington [D.C.]: Hemisphere Pub. Corp., © (OCoLC) Transport equation for the particle number density and its variant within the framework of computational multiphase fluid dynamics is discussed. buoyancy-induced collision and capture in a turbulent-eddy. The mechanisms for break up of fluid particles in turbulent dispersions are those of turbulent fluctuation and collision, viscous shear.
Abstract. This chapter discusses buoyancy-induced flow and heat transfer in a saturated fissured medium, the kind of convective motion that could occur, for example, around a high-level nuclear waste repisotory in crystalline rock.
Buoyancy Induced Flow” (IBIF) resulting from the loss of coolant circulation in a CANDU nuclear reactor core. The main objectives are to study steam bubble formation and migration through the pressure tube and into the feeder tubes and headers, and to study the effect of pressure tube sagging on the two-phase flow behavior during IBIF.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Responsibility: Benjamin Gebhart [and others]. This book presents and discusses the construction of mathematical models that describe phenomena of flow and transport in porous media as encountered in civil and environmental engineering, petroleum and agricultural engineering, as well as chemical and geothermal engineering.
The velocity measurements were consistent with a three-dimensional, unsteady, buoyancy-induced flow in which there was a multicell structure comprising one, two, or three pairs of cyclonic and anticyclonic vortices.
The core of fluid between the boundary layers on the disks rotated at a slower speed than the disks, as found by other experimenters. Buoyancy‐induced flow (BIF) of both 18 O‐enriched (δ 18 O, + to +‰) and 18 O‐depleted (δ 18 O, −‰) water has been studied in a 10‐cm‐diameter tube that simulates a section of a well.
BIF was detected in all the experiments for a density contrast (Δρ) between and σ units (equivalent to a total dissolved solids contrast of 30− mg/L).
transport are investigated for the values of Rayleigh number (𝑅𝑎) in the range 1. Q𝑅𝑎 Q 4. and a Prandtl number of Pr = We report accurate results of a systematic study with a focus on the most important buoyancy- induced flow and heat transfer characteristics. It is. Two-dimensional numerical computations have been conducted to investigate the steady-state flow and transport characteristics of the buoyancy-induced and thermocapillary flow of molten alloy.
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