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FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS IN MODELING OF TURBULENT AND TWO-PHASE FLOWS, VOL. 3

Fundamental problems in modeling of turbulent and two-phase flows, vol. 3

Publish year: 2012
Volumes: 3
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The book presents the results of investigations obtained at the Nuclear Safety Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Thermophysics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. These works were performed under the Program of Basis Research of the Energy, Engineering Industry, Mechanics and Management Problems Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The investigations are aimed at development of theoretical, experimental, and numerical methods of modelling of various turbulent and two-phase flows. The book coves a wide range of physical phenomena: undersonic and transonic flows laden with aerosol particles, droplets and bubbles; homogeneous, jet, and wall-bounded turbulence; heat-and-mass transfer at phase transitions; formation of coherent structures and clustering of particles in turbulent flows; anomalous transport of admixture in strongly inhomogeneous media. The book is assigned for students and specialists

Bibliographical reference

Fundamental problems in modeling of turbulent and two-phase flows: Vol. 3 / Ed. by . . Sarkisov and G. . Filippov. — Moscow : omTechPrint, 2012. — 487 p. : ill.— ISBN 978-5-903511-32-7 (bound).



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