Theory and experiment show that mass transfer rate of a component not only relates to the concentration gradient itself, but also relates to the concentration gradients of other components. Due to the interaction effects of components, the concentration profiles of some components in a column appear complex change.
The present paper reports careful experimental investigations of the flow past bodies of revolution in the presence on their surface of a transverse mass flux, especially at a low blowing intensity.
The method of matched asymptotic expansions is used to obtain an analytic solution of the problem of the concentration field and the diffusion mass flux to the surface of the cloud at small and large values of the Péclet number.
Effect of radial mass flux on the moment of the forces acting on a spherical particle rotating in a viscous nonisothermal gas
The mixing effect is taken into account by means of a concentrated mass flux in the section of discontinuity.
A new form of the heat-transfer, mass-transfer, and fluid-flow equations is proposed in which the transferred quantities are the heat flux, mass flux, and shear stress, respectively.