EBOOK - Advances in Fluid Mechanics IX (M. Rahman & C. A. Brebbia)


EBOOK - Cơ học chất lỏng IX (M. Rahman & C. A. Brebbia) - 609 Trang.

The field of fluid mechanics is vast and has numerous and diverse applications in many areas of applied mathematics and engineering sciences. AFM 2012 is the ninth International Conference on Advances in Fluid Mechanics held in Split, Croatia in 2012. The conference is reconvened following the success of all previous meetings. The papers in this book cover a wide range of topics in the area of advances in fluid mechanics. The meeting was organised by the Wessex Institute of Technology, UK and the University of Split, Croatia.

The conference has reconvened every two years since 1996, and originated a very successful book series on the same topics which has resulted over 65 volumes since then. The first conference in this series took place in New Orleans, USA (1996); followed by Udine, Italy (1998); Montreal, Canada (2000); Ghent, Belgium (2002); Lisbon, Portugal (2004); Skiathos, Greece (2006); the New Forest, UK (2008); and the Algarve, Portugal (2010).
The papers in the book are arranged in the following sections: Computational methods; Environmental measurements; Hydrodynamics; Fluid Structure interaction; Multiphase flow; Applications in biology; Electronic components; Environmental fluid mechanics; Heat and mass transfer; and Industrial applications.

CONTENTS:

Section 1: Fluid structure interaction
Nonlinear diffraction of water waves: a classical perturbation method
M. Rahman, S. H. Mousavizadegan & D.Bhatta ................................................ 3
Design and testing of wind deflectors for roof-mounted solar panels
G. V. Kudav, Y. M. Panta & M. Yatsco ............................................................. 15
PIV measurements of laminar flow around a hemisphere
A. Goharzadeh, L. Khezzar & A. Molki ............................................................. 29
Oil squeezing power losses in gears: a CFD analysis
F. Concli & C. Gorla ......................................................................................... 37
Complete Francis turbine flow simulation at Derbendikan power station
R. A. Saeed, V. Popov & A. N. Galybin ............................................................. 49
The characteristics of open cavity flow with a length to depth ratio of 4
Y. Y. Pey, L. P. Chua & W. L. Siauw ................................................................. 59
Section 2: Computational methods
On gauge fields in fluid turbulence
T. H. Moulden .................................................................................................... 73
Preconditioned HLLC scheme for incompressible viscous flow simulation
Z. Qian & C.-H. Lee .......................................................................................... 85
An immersed boundary method for simulating compressible
viscous flow in complex geometries
B. Jastrow & F.Magagnato .............................................................................. 97
Computational design of the flow properties of foams
J. Skibinski, T. Wejrzanowski, J. Szumbarski & K. J. Kurzydlowski ............... 109
Assessment of two pressure-velocity coupling strategies for local meshless
numerical method
G. Kosec, R. Vertnik & B. Šarler ..................................................................... 119
Numerical investigation of swirl flow inside a supersonic nozzle
E. Eslamian, H. Shirvani & A. Shirvani .......................................................... 131
Numerical study of battle damaged two-dimensional wings
S. Djellal, T. Azzam, M.Djellab & K.Lakkaichi ............................................. 141
Simulation of fluid-structure interaction for an elastic cylinder
in an axial flow
Z. G. Liu, Y. Liu & J. Lu .................................................................................. 151
Numerical simulation of vortex-induced vibration of a pivoted cylinder
using the spectral element method
H. Gun Sung, H. Baek, S.Hong & J.-S. Choi .................................................. 163
Droplet interaction and dynamic wettability of advanced materials used in
aeronautics
O. Gohardani & D. W. Hammond ................................................................... 175
Section 3: Multiphase flow
On radiation absorption effects and air humidity influence on
evaporating water droplets and vapour condensation intensity
G. Miliauskas, S. Sinkunas & K. Sinkunas ...................................................... 189
Emulsion compression and coalescence under enhanced gravity studied
with in-situ microscopy
T. Krebs, J. J. Slot, C. P. G. H. Schroen,
H. W. M. Hoeijmakers & R. M. Boom ............................................................. 199
Steady state numerical model for critical two-phase flow in a nozzle
S. Martel, Y. Mercadier & M. Dostie ............................................................... 211
Experimental and numerical investigation of boiling flow in a
vertical pipe with phase change using a multi-fluid modelling approach
R. Kopun & L.Škerget ..................................................................................... 219
Validation of the CFD model for prediction of flow behaviour in
fluidized bed reactors
R. K. Thapa & B.M. Halvorsen ....................................................................... 231
Study of a fluidized bed reactorfor gasification of biomass
K. Kleiva, R. K. Thapa& B. M. Halvorsen ...................................................... 241
Liquid–gas interface under hydrostatic pressure
A. Gajewski ...................................................................................................... 251
Multifield hybrid approach for bubble to slug flow transition modelling
R. Denefle, S. Mimouni, J.-P. Caltagirone & S. Vincent ................................. 263
Development of a computationally efficient bubble column simulation
approach by way of statistical bubble micro-flow modelling
W. Coetzee , R. L. J. Coetzer & R. Rawatlal .................................................... 275
Computational and experimental analysis of the churning power losses
in an industrial planetary speed reducer
F. Concli & C. Gorla ....................................................................................... 287
Section 4: Environmental fluid mechanics
Water and contaminant flux estimation from multi-layer passive flux meter
measurements
H. Klammler, K. Hatfield, J. Luz, M. Annable, M. Newman, J. Cho,
A. Peacock, V. Stucker, J.Ranville & C.Clark II ............................................ 301
Meridional flow of grounded abyssal currents on a sloping bottom in spherical
geometry
G. E. Swaters ................................................................................................... 313
The Italian Data Buoy Network (RON)
M. Bencivenga, G. Nardone, F. Ruggiero & D. Calore .................................. 321
Section 5: Turbulent flow
PIV measurements on the formation of the flow field and aerosol particle
distribution in a turbulent square duct flow
T. Barth, M. Banowski & U. Hampel ............................................................... 335
Numerical simulation of coaxial turbulent jet with and without
discrete particles
K. Kumaran & R. Sadr .................................................................................... 345
Three-dimensional mixture theory simulations of turbulent flow
over dynamic rippled beds
A. M. Penko & J. Calantoni ............................................................................. 361
Validation of a stochastic droplet breakup model applied to a liquid jet in
turbulent crossflow
R. Blanchard & S. Shi ...................................................................................... 371
Section 6: Bubble and drop dynamics
Air–water: two phase flow behavior in a horizontal pipe using
computational fluids dynamics (CFD)
F. Vásquez, M. Stanko, A. Vásquez, J. De Andrade
& M. Asuaje ..................................................................................................... 381
Isenthalpic oscillations with quadratic damping in saturated
two-phase fluids
J. V. Madison ................................................................................................... 393
Study of the application of Acoustic Emission technology for
on-line monitoring of bubble phenomena and flow patterns in two-phase gasliquid flow
S. Husin, A. Addali & D.Mba ......................................................................... 403
Acoustic frequency for bubble size correlation using acoustic emissions
S. Husin, A. Addali & D.Mba ......................................................................... 415
A microfluidic study of oil-water separation kinetics
T. Krebs, C. P. G. H. Schroen & R. M. Boom .................................................. 427
Section 7: Heat and mass transfer
The role of natural convection and density variations in the
solidification process of water in an annular enclosure
E. M. Alawadhi & R. I. Bourisli ....................................................................... 441
Bénard convection with rotation and a periodic temperature distribution
S. J. D. D’Alessio & K. A. Ogden .................................................................... 453
Research on the heat transfer law of gas-liquid two-phase flow
in a deepwater wellbore
B. J. Sun, Y. H. Gao, Y. Q. Ma, Z. Y. Wang & H. Li ....................................... 465
On the exact solution of incompressible viscous flows with
variable viscosity
A. Fatsis, J. Statharas, A. Panoutsopoulou & N. Vlachakis ............................ 481
Hybrid synthetic jet actuator with a novel fluidic diode
J. Kordík & Z. Trávníček ................................................................................. 493
Section 8: Hydrodynamics
Superquadratic fluidic restrictors and their applications
V. Tesař............................................................................................................ 507
Numerical analysis of the circulation variability in the Zadar channel area
(east Adriatic)
G. Lončar, G. Beg Paklar & V. Andročec ....................................................... 521
Vortices in micro/nano channel flows
Z.-H. Silber-Li, X. Zheng, G.-P. Kong & T. H. Moulden ................................. 533
A turbulence closure based on the maximum entropy method
R. W. Derksen .................................................................................................. 547
Section 9: Applications in biology
Use of heart blood flow analysis in clinical practice
A. K. Macpherson, S. Neti, M. Averbach, P. A. Macpherson
& C. Chutakositkanon ..................................................................................... 559
Application of statistical methods in human airway flow analysis
F. Lizal, M. Fusek, J.Jedelsky & M. Jicha ...................................................... 571
Author index.................................................................................................. 585

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