Thermo-fluid Dynamics of Two-Phase Flow by Mamoru IshiiThermo-fluid Dynamics of Two-Phase Flow by Mamoru Ishii

Thermo-fluid Dynamics of Two-Phase Flow

byMamoru Ishii, Takashi Hibiki

Hardcover | March 12, 2007

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This book has been written for graduate students, scientists and engineers who need in-depth theoretical foundations to solve two-phase problems in various technological systems. Based on extensive research experiences focused on the fundamental physics of two-phase flow, the authors present the detailed theoretical foundation of multi-phase flow thermo-fluid dynamics as they apply to a variety of scenarios, including nuclear reactor transient and accident analysis, energy systems, power generation systems and even space propulsion.
Title:Thermo-fluid Dynamics of Two-Phase FlowFormat:HardcoverDimensions:480 pagesPublished:March 12, 2007Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0387283218

ISBN - 13:9780387283210

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Table of Contents

Fundamental of Two-phase flow.- Introduction.- Local Instant Formulation.- Two-phase Field Equations Based on Time Average.- Various Methods of Averaging.- Basic Relations in Time Average.- Time Averaged Balance Equation.- Connection to Other Statistical Averages.- Three-dimensional Model Based on Time Average.- Kinematics of Average Fields.- Interfacial Transport.- Two-fluid Model.- Interfacial Area Transport.- Interfacial Momentum Transfer in Multiphase Flow.- Drift-flux Model.- One-dimensional Model Based on Time Average.- One-dimensional Drift-flux Model.- One-dimensional Two-fluid Model.- Index.

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews:"This version contains a lot of new material, including a model for interfacial transport, and updated versions of the models for interfacial force and heat transfer. Because of this, it will become a staple in multiphase flow problems . at the engineering level." (Donald A. Drew, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2009 f)