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Topics: Mass transfer, Thermochemistry

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Lykov, A. V. (Aleksei Vasilevich), 1910- ed; Smolskii, B. M. (Bekir Mikhailovich), ed

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Topics: Heat, Mass transfer

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Topics: Fluidization, Mass transfer

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International Advanced Research Workshop on Nonstoichiometric Compounds (4th : 1986 : University of Keele)

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Topics: Crystals -- Defects -- Congresses, Mass transfer -- Congresses, Crystals -- Defects, Mass transfer

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Topics: Mass transfer, Bubbles -- Dynamics

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Topics: Transport theory, Mass transfer

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Treybal, Robert Ewald, 1915-

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Topics: Heat -- Transmission, Mass transfer

Wall-to-bed mass transfer coefficients were computed from limiting current measurements made at inner surface of outer cylinder. Glass spheres of three different diameters viz., 3.13, 4.57 and 6.29 mm were used as bed material. An electrolyte belonging to ferricyanide-ferrocyanide redox system has been employed as the liquid phase. In order to investigate the effect of a change in viscosity carboxy methyl cellulose sodium salt (CMC) was used. Twisted tapes of different pitches...

Topics: Fluidized Bed, Liquid-wall Mass Transfer, Twisted Tape, Mass Transfer Coefficient, Augmentation

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Cafaro, C.; Peterson, J. A.; Shlosinger, A. P.; Sterrett, K. F

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Engineering study and analysis of water vapor mass transfer in space suit

Topics: MASS TRANSFER, SPACE SUITS, WATER VAPOR, MASS TRANSFER, SPACE SUIT, WATER VAPOR

Wall-to-bed mass transfer coefficients were computed from limiting current measurements made at inner surface of outer cylinder. Glass spheres of three different diameters viz., 3.13, 4.57 and 6.29 mm were used as bed material. An electrolyte belonging to ferricyanide-ferrocyanide redox system has been employed as the liquid phase. In order to investigate the effect of a change in viscosity carboxy methyl cellulose sodium salt (CMC) was used. Twisted tapes of different pitches and widths were...

Topics: Fluidized Bed, Liquid-wall Mass Transfer, Twisted Tape, Mass Transfer Coefficient, Augmentation

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Topics: Mass transfer, Fermentation, Biochemical engineering

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Topics: Mass transfer, Separation (Technology), Distillation

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Harnett, J. P. (James P.), ed

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Welty, James R; Wicks, Charles E., joint author; Wilson, Robert E. (Robert Elliott), joint author

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Topics: Fluid mechanics, Heat, Mass transfer

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NATO Advanced Study Institute on Mass Transfer and Kinetics of Ion Exchange (1982 : Maratea, Italy)

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viii, 459 p. : 25 cm

Topics: Mass transfer -- Congresses, Ion exchange -- Congresses

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Truyền khối Tác giả: Vũ Bá Minh

Topics: mass transfer, truyen khoi, chuyen khoi

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Topics: Gases--Absorption and adsorption, Mass transfer

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Topics: Mass transfer, Chemistry, Physical and theoretical

[9], 88 leaves : 29 cm

Topics: Mass transfer, Packed towers, Acetic acid

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Topics: Transport theory, Heat -- Transmission, Mass transfer

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Topics: Mass transfer, Chemistry, Physical and theoretical

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Topics: Mass transfer, Stoffübertragung, Stoftransport, Chemische technologie, Reactiekinetiek, Diffusie...

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Topics: Power (Mechanics) -- Congresses, Heat -- Transmission -- Congresses, Mass transfer -- Congresses,...

This paper, investigates heat and mass transfer flow past an accelerated vertical plate with variable mass diffusion and uniform temperature in the presence of thermal radiation. The dimensionless governing equations are solved using Laplace transform techniques. The effects of various flow parameters associated with the problem are discussed graphically. The results show that increasing the values of Schmidt number decelerate the fluid concentration, while increasing Schmidt number and...

Topics: heat transfer, mass transfer, vertical plate, radiation

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Kadik, A. A.; Khitarov, N. I

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Effects of pressure on mass transfer between magmatic melt and water of external medium - hydrostatic pressure

Topics: HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE, MASS TRANSFER, PRESSURE EFFECTS, WATER

In this work the experimental studies were carried out to predict the performance of spiral wound reverse osmosis system. Experiments were conducted on laboratory scale spiral wound reverse osmosis module taking sodium chloride as a solute. The objective of this work is to study the effects of varying operating conditions such as feed pressure, feed concentration and feed flow rate on concentration polarization. The simplified form of solution diffusion model has been used to find the model...

Topics: Concentration Polarization, Mass Transfer Coefficient, Diffusion Coefficient

The differences in the external osmotic medium, dry or dissolved osmotic agent and its concentration (constant or variable) can significantly influence the kinetics of mass transfer. The objective of this work was to compare water and solute transport during the osmotic dehydration of strawberry pieces under different external conditions, wet or dry osmotic agent, with varying types of sugar (sucrose, fructose and isomaltulose). The evolution of the liquid phase concentration as well as the...

Topics: Isomaltulose, Fructose, Sucrose, Mass Transfer, Osmotic Dehydration, Strawberry

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Topics: Bioenergetics, Heat -- Transmission, Mass transfer, Energy budget (Geophysics)

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Topics: Chemical processes -- Mathematical models, Packed towers, Mass transfer

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Gurevich, I. G.; Kondrashov, N. G.; Zhuk, I. P

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Experimental and numerical analyses of unsteady state heat and mass transfer

Topics: HEAT TRANSFER, NUMERICAL ANALYSIS, MASS TRANSFER, MICROGRAVITY APPLICATIONS, NUMERICAL ANALYSIS,...

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Topics: Sewage -- Purification -- Cyanide removal, Sewage -- Purification -- Ozonization, Mass transfer

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Topics: Combustion, Mass transfer, Transfert de masse, Transfert de chaleur

The problem of unsteady MHD free convection flow of SIO 2 - H 2 O nano-fluid through a porous medium bounded by a vertical semi-infinite permeable flat plate with constant heat source and convective boundary condition in a rotating frame of reference is performed, theoretically. The plate is assumed to oscillate in time with steady frequency, so that the solutions of the boundary layer are the same oscillatory types. The entire system rotates about the axes normal to the plate. The...

Topics: Convective Flow, Porous, Rotating Frame, Nano Fluid & Mass Transfer

Mendeley Climate Change Library

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Jul 6, 2019
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Konstantinos Asimakopoulos; Hariklia N. Gavala; Ioannis V. Skiadas

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Implementation of biofuels as an alternative to fossil fuels has been established as an answer to climate change by limiting GHG emissions. Syngas fermentation has emerged as a promising process for the conversion of waste biomasses to valuable products with bioethanol being on the main focus. However, the bottleneck of the mass transfer of syngas compounds H 2 and CO along with low production yields has set barriers to the development of an industrial scale plant. Recent research indicates...

Topics: Biofuels, Bioreactor configurations, Mass transfer, Syngas fermentation, Synthesis gas

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Topics: Heat -- Transmission -- Congresses, Mass transfer -- Congresses, Power (Mechanics) -- Congresses

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Topics: Heat -- Transmission -- Congresses, Mass transfer -- Congresses, Power (Mechanics) -- Congresses

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Topics: Mass transfer, Mass transfer -- Mathematical models, Bubbles -- Dynamics, Gas flow, Gas-liquid...

The Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SCFE) is gaining increasing interest in last decades because of its suitability for extraction and purification of compounds having low volatility or which are susceptible to thermal degradation. This review provides an updated overview on the applications of SCFE in recovery of bioactive compounds from fruits and vegetable wastes/by-products emphasizing the effects of various process and role process parameters on the extraction yield of these compounds. A...

Topics: Supercritical Fluid Extraction, Antioxidants, Phase Equilibrium, Mass Transfer, Modeling

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The application of solar panels chicane for drying is the low level of heat exchange with the air in the vein of the dynamic solar panel. This weakness in such systems does not allow optimum performance and high level of thermal efficiency to obtain their use. There is, however, a very significant improvement in heat transfer during baffles are arranged in rows in the channels. To perform experimental work, solar energy has been simulated with the aim of improving the relationship between...

Topics: Solar Energy, Air Heating, Solar Panel, Mass Transfer, Drying, Mushroom

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Cann, John Rusweiler, 1920-;Goad, Walter B., 1925-;Colorado State University. Department of Physiology and Biophysics

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Topics: Macromolecules, Mass transfer, Macromolecular Substances, Molecular Biology, Macromolécules,...

This paper investigates a theoretical analysis of heat and mass transfer influences on visco-elastic hydro-magnetic fluid through porous channel with heat source and thermal radiation. Further, slip condition is also considered between the fluid and the wall. The resulting non-dimensional zed governing equations are solved analytically for velocity, temperature and concentration field. The effect of different parameters on various fields such as velocity,...

Topics: MHD, Heat and Mass Transfer, Porous Channel, Thermal Radiation, Natural Convection

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An analysis is performed to study the effect of viscous dissipation on unsteady flow past an oscillating infinite vertical plate through porous medium with variable temperature, heat and mass transfer. The non- linear, coupled partial differential equations together with boundary condition are reduced to dimensionless form. The governing equations are solved numerically using implicit finite difference scheme of Crank-Nicolson. The results are obtained for Velocity, Temperature, and...

Topics: Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer, Oscillating plate, viscous dissipation and Porous Medium.

In this paper, an analysis is performed to study the momentum, heat and mass transfer characteristics of MHD natural convection flow over a moving permeable surface. The surface is maintained at linear temperature and concentration variations. The non-linear coupled boundary layer equations were transformed and the resulting ordinary differential equations were solved by perturbation technique. The solution is found to be dependent on several governing parameters, including the magnetic field...

Topics: Heat and Mass Transfer, Chemical Reaction, MHD, Porous Medium & Free Convection

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Sunil J. Kulkarni, Ravi W. Tapre

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Mathematical modeling for removal of Phenol using fluidized bed adsorption from the wastewater has been presented in this work. Present experimental study deals with effect of initial concentration of phenol and particle size on the rate of adsorption. The fluid and solid phase mass transfer coefficient at various mass of phenol in the solvent per unit mass of adsorbent were found in well agreement with well known mathematical models. It is observed that the fluid phase and solid phase mass...

Topics: Fluidized bed adsorption, Mathematical modeling, mass transfer coefficient, particle size as

In this study pervaporation (PV) of ethyl butyrate (ETB)/water mixtures using synthesized poly (ether-block-amide) (PEBA) membranes was investigated. The membranes were made via solution casting on water surface (as non solvent). After studying the effects of different parameters on the membranes morphology, it was found that the mixture of (1 n-butanol/ 3 iso-propyl alcohol), temperature range from 70-800C and polymer concentration range from 4-7 wt could be used to obtain uniform membranes....

Topics: ETB/Water Separation, Pervaporation, PEBA Membrane, Mass Transfer Coefficient, Concentration...

The aim of this paper is to develop a mathematical model, which simulates the lyophilization process for an apple slices. In the lyophilization process, the moisture content in the slices is removed with the help of a freeze drying process, the whole process results in the preservation of the food materials by increasing their shelf life, stability and by reducing the spoilage. So as to achieve this aim, a numerical analysis has been performed by developing a mathematical model on COMSOL 5.3a...

Topics: Lyophilization, Freeze Drying, Heat and Mass transfer Simulation, Mathematical Model &...

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This paper presents an analytical study of MHD heat and mass transfer flow by natural convection through an accelerated infinite vertical plate embedded in a porous medium in the presence of chemical reaction. The plate accelerates in its own plane. The governing equations of motion are solved in closed form by the Laplace-transform technique. The flow phenomenon has been characterized with the help of flow parameters such as porosity parameter, Schmidt number (Sc) and Prandtl number (Pr). The...

Topics: Chemical Reaction, Heat and Mass Transfer, MHD, Natural Convection, Porous Medium