By A.S. Mujumdar and R.A. Mashelkar (Eds.)
The subject material coated during this quantity covers a large scope. It includes serious studies in lots of frontier components of curiosity to engineers and utilized scientists. Multiphase shipping starting from floc breakage to circulate via multiphase media is mentioned. tough difficulties of bubble progress and devolatilisation from polymeric melts are taken care of. The query of solid-liquid section swap with circulate is taken into account and the rising quantitation of internet drying know-how via mathematical modeling is roofed. delivery phenomena in high-tech fabrics starting from zeolite catalysts to liquid crystalline fabrics are coated and ambitious difficulties of shipping of gases in porous media, that have implications in lots of varied applied sciences, also are addressed. eventually, functions of more recent strategies in numerical computation of shipping procedures are highlighted.
These authorative, evaluative and well timed experiences of issues of present and power curiosity will serve the wishes of working towards engineers in addition to educational and commercial researchers
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Advances in Transport Processes by A.S. Mujumdar and R.A. Mashelkar (Eds.)