Transient Two-Phase Flows

author: Iztok ┼Żun, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana
produced by: S.TV.A.d.o.o.
published: Sept. 23, 2011,   recorded: September 2011,   views: 4188

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The primary drive in the technical advances of heat and mass transfer being sought is to develop a deeper understanding of the physics of multiphase flow, and having acquired that insight, to develop appropriate mathematical models to predict the phenomena involved. Research programme Transient Two-phase Flows, funded by the Slovenian Research Agency for the period 2009 to 2014, comprises three thrust directions: The principles of complex fluid dynamics, Flow-induced materials problems, and Fluid-structure interaction. A short audio-video demonstrates that the multiphase flows considered are not restricted to simple geometry only, but also include complex systems including a variety of boundary types and moving surfaces (such as stirrers) which are common in the industry. List of the Programme researchers and the references can be found under, SRA code P2-0162.

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