Entropic Invariants Of Two Phase Flows
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|Author||: Eugene Barsky|
|Total Pages||: 266|
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In this book, a new approach to the theory and practice of two-phase systems based on a global invariant – entropy, – and other invariants is formulated and experimentally confirmed. Offers a novel approach to the study of the two-phase flows systems based on statistical mechanics and probability theory Provides the tools for computing and modelling two-phase systems, predicts mass transfer and enables system optimization Provides a plethora of examples in among others, separation processes, dust production, pneumatic transport, and boiling bed
|Author||: Eugene Barsky|
|Total Pages||: 309|
Download Entropy of Complex Processes and Systems Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Entropy of Complex Processes and Systems formalizes our understanding of many complex processes, including the development of the methodology of analytical computation of complex processes as applied in many industries, such as ore processing, or more generally, in areas of natural sciences. The adequacy of the results of these calculations is confirmed by numerous experimental data obtained both on pilots and industrial facilities. The book also provides a thorough analysis of the underlying physical foundations of entropy performed from new standpoints that are of interest to theoreticians studying contemporary expositions. Provides methodologies for controlling and optimizing complex processes in branches of industry that involve transformation of materials or substances Describes entropy as the universal characteristic of a stochastic process independent of the system Introduces a new definition of entropy specifically related to dynamical phenomena
|Author||: Alexander N. Gorban,Iliya V. Karlin|
|Publsiher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Total Pages||: 524|
Download Invariant Manifolds for Physical and Chemical Kinetics Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
By bringing together various ideas and methods for extracting the slow manifolds, the authors show that it is possible to establish a more macroscopic description in nonequilibrium systems. The book treats slowness as stability. A unifying geometrical viewpoint of the thermodynamics of slow and fast motion enables the development of reduction techniques, both analytical and numerical. Examples considered in the book range from the Boltzmann kinetic equation and hydrodynamics to the Fokker-Planck equations of polymer dynamics and models of chemical kinetics describing oxidation reactions. Special chapters are devoted to model reduction in classical statistical dynamics, natural selection, and exact solutions for slow hydrodynamic manifolds. The book will be a major reference source for both theoretical and applied model reduction. Intended primarily as a postgraduate-level text in nonequilibrium kinetics and model reduction, it will also be valuable to PhD students and researchers in applied mathematics, physics and various fields of engineering.
|Author||: Michael Artin,Hanspeter Kraft,Reinhold Remmert|
|Publsiher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Total Pages||: 306|
Download Duration and Change Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A volume containing original essays from quite diverse fields in mathematics is something of a rarity, especially if renowned scientists show the width of their discipline to the reader. This book is just such a rarity - a veritable gem. It was written to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the mathematical research institute at Oberwolfach. The articles span a range of topics from general reflections on the place of mathematics in contemporary culture to essays dealing with aspects of algebra, analysis, geometry, coding theory, scientific computing and topology. All essays are interrelated, proving the old rule that you can divide and still conquer. A book in which every mathematician or scientist interested in mathematics will find something to take their fancy.
|Author||: Lawrence Sklar|
|Publsiher||: Cambridge University Press|
|Total Pages||: 458|
Download Physics and Chance Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Lawrence Sklar offers a comprehensive, non-technical introduction to statistical mechanics and attempts to understand its foundational elements.
|Author||: S. S. Penner,J. Ducarme|
|Total Pages||: 666|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
Download The Chemistry of Propellants Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Chemistry of Propellants is a collection of papers and comments presented at the meeting on “The Chemistry of Propellants , held in Paris, France on June 8-12, 1959, organized by the AGARD Combustion and Propulsion Panel. This book is organized into six parts encompassing 25 chapters that serve as an introduction to the broad and important subject of propellant chemistry and propulsion applications. The first part deals with the sources, availability, and comparative costing of propulsion system. The second and third parts discuss the theoretical, thermodynamic, and experimental aspects of liquid and solid propellants. The fourth part examines the main problems concerning preparation, storage, and use of propellants for ramjet, while the fifth part looks into the factors leading to deposits in jet engines and some of the consequences of their existence. The sixth part covers the advantages of the high energy chemical propellants, including fluorine and hydrogen. Combustion and propulsion scientists and researchers will find this book beneficial.
|Author||: Allen C Templeton,Stephen R. Byrn,Roy J Haskell,Thomas E. Prisinzano|
|Total Pages||: 511|
Download Discovering and Developing Molecules with Optimal Drug Like Properties Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This authoritative volume provides a contemporary view on the latest research in molecules with optimal drug-like properties. It is a valuable source to access current best practices as well as new research techniques and strategies. Written by leading scientists in their fields, the text consists of fourteen chapters with an underlying theme of early collaborative opportunities between pharmaceutical and discovery sciences. The book explores the practical realities of performing physical pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical research in the context of drug discovery with short timelines and low compound availability. Chapters cover strategies and tactics to enable discovery as well as predictive approaches to establish, understand and communicate risks in early development. It also examines the detection, characterization, and assessment of risks on the solid state properties of advanced discovery and early development candidates, highlighting the link between solid state properties and critical development parameters such as solubility and stability. Final chapters center on techniques to improve molecular solubilization and prevent precipitation, with particularly emphasis on linking physiochemical properties of molecules to formulation selection in preclinical and clinical settings.