mass flux 
The influences of the mass flux and the heat flux on the heat transfer coefficient and the pressure drop were also taken into account and a comparison with previously published experimental data and literature correlations was carried out.


The surfactant additive octadecylamine (ODA) was used to enhance the flow boiling heat transfer of water in vertical copper tube, and the effects of the aqueous solution properties, mass fraction of ODA, mass flux and heat flux etc.


The dimensionless mass flux through the particle surface is graphically represented as a function of oxygen concentration in the external domain.


Boundary chemical potentials are imposed in such a way that a sharp interface separates low and high density domains and such that there is a constant mass flux perpendicular to this interface.


We have focused our attention on the shape dependence on mass flux and initial energy of particles poured into the cell.


The abiotic mass flux observed through the latex tube was 3.913 mg/(min·m2) for 150 ppm of benzene at various gas and liquid flow rates, while a 100fold lower mass flux was observed in the HFMM.


After seeding with an aromaticdegrading culture enriched from activated sludge, the observed removal was 80% of 150 ppm, corresponding toa mass flux of 45 mg/(min·m2).


The observed mass flux through the HFMM during biofiltration also rose, to 0.4 mg/(min·m2).


The effect of a transverse mass flux and a pressure gradient on the shaping of the flow structure in a channel with porous walls is investigated.


Stability of a jet of viscoelastic liquid in the presence of a mass flux at its surface


It is demonstrated that in the expressions for the heat flux and the mass flux, the thermodiffusion ratio and the characteristic of diffusional thermal conductivity the effect of nonideality appears in the heat of mixing.


Approximate expressions are obtained for mass flux and thermal conductivity component in a temperature gradient field in a plane slit.


Under these conditions the large mass flux induces a secondary flow at the phase interface.


The turbulent mass flux is described by a secondorder differential equation including the velocity and spatial scale of the turbulent pulsations.


The relaxation times and the specific mass flux of the vapor are determined.


Heat and Mass Flux Effects on a Moving Vertical Cylinder with Chemically Reactive Species Diffusion


The eigenvalues are presented for several of interesting cases with different measures of mass flux.


This linear approximation is equivalent to assuming the surface entropy production (caused by the kinetic dissipation in a transition layer) to be quadratic in a mass flux.


The optimised values of the parameters are used to determine the behaviour of the mass flux rate through a rectangular channel and the heat flux between two parallel plates for the gases N2 and CO as a function of the applied magnetic field.


A classical procedure, based on the interfacial dissipation inequality, relates the interfacial energy release to the interfacial mass flux and restricts the equivalent temperature of the interface.

