K. Niu, Analytical Model for Super-Compression of Multi-Structured Pellet , Rept No IPPJ-230, Nagoya Univ (Jap) (1975) [Pg.787]

Landerman (1994) developed an analytical model for two-phase boiling heat transfer in a high aspect ratio rectangular channel. The flow regimes in the channel were mapped and then the heat transfer and wall temperature were evaluated, using heat transfer coefficients taken from the literature. [Pg.350]

Mustafa, M. M., and Wright, C. D., An Analytical Model for Nanoscale Electrothermal Probe Recording on Phase-Change Media, J. Appl. Phys., Vol. 99, 2006, pp. 03430101-03430112. [Pg.62]

The approach taken in the development of an analytical model for the combustion of double-base propellants has been based on the decomposition behavior of the two principal propellant ingredients, nitrocellulose and nitroglycerin. The results of several studies reviewed by Huggett (HI2) and Adams (Al) show that nitrocellulose undergoes exothermic decomposition between 90° and 175°C. In this temperature range, the rate of decomposition follows the simple first-order expression [Pg.31]

These are the motivations for introducing the analytical model — it is not claimed that the results will be quantitatively correct. [Pg.303]

Acceptable comprehensive methods of analysis are analytical, model-test, and chart methods, which evaluate for the entire piping system under consideration the forces, moments, and stresses caused by bending and torsion from a simultaneous consideration of terminal and intermediate restraints to thermal expansion and include all external movements transmitted under thermal change to the piping by its terminal and intermediate attachments. Correction factors, as provided by the details of these rules, must be applied for the stress intensification of curved pipe and branch connections and may be applied for the increased flexibihty of such component parts. [Pg.1001]

The complexity of polymeric systems make tire development of an analytical model to predict tlieir stmctural and dynamical properties difficult. Therefore, numerical computer simulations of polymers are widely used to bridge tire gap between tire tlieoretical concepts and the experimental results. Computer simulations can also help tire prediction of material properties and provide detailed insights into tire behaviour of polymer systems. A simulation is based on two elements a more or less detailed model of tire polymer and a related force field which allows tire calculation of tire energy and tire motion of tire system using molecular mechanisms, molecular dynamics, or Monte Carlo teclmiques 1631. [Pg.2537]

Reduced Properties. One of the first attempts at achieving an accurate analytical model to describe fluid behavior was the van der Waals equation, in which corrections to the ideal gas law take the form of constants a and b to account for molecular interactions and the finite volume of gas molecules, respectively. [Pg.239]

Shah RK, London AL (1978) Laminar flow forced convection in ducts a source book for compact heat exchanger analytical data. Advances in Heat Transfer, suppl 1. Academic, New York Sher 1, Hetsroni G (2002) An analytical model for nucleate pool boiling with surfactant additives. Int J Multiphase Flow 28 699-706 [Pg.324]

Wayner et al. (1976) developed a simple procedure to obtain the heat transfer coefficient for the interline region of an adsorption controlled wetting film. Xu and Carey (1990) developed an analytical model to predict the heat transfer characteristics of film evaporating on a microgroove surface. [Pg.350]

Such a behavior agrees with results reported by Agostini et a. (2008). It was found that the elongated bubble velocity increased with increasing bubble length until a plateau was reached. An analytical model has been proposed that is able to predict this trend. [Pg.293]

One of the major uses of molecular simulation is to provide useful theoretical interpretation of experimental data. Before the advent of simulation this had to be done by directly comparing experiment with analytical (mathematical) models. The analytical approach has the advantage of simplicity, in that the models are derived from first principles with only a few, if any, adjustable parameters. However, the chemical complexity of biological systems often precludes the direct application of meaningful analytical models or leads to the situation where more than one model can be invoked to explain the same experimental data. [Pg.237]

Landau LD, Lifshitz EM (1959) Fluid mechanics, 2nd edn. Pergamon, London Landerman CS (1994) Micro-channel flow boiling mechanisms leading to Burnout. J Heat Transfer Electron Syst ASME HTD-292 124-136 Levich VG (1962) Physicochemical hydrodynamics. Prentice HaU, London Morijama K, Inoue A (1992) The thermohydraulic characteristics of two-phase flow in extremely narrow channels (the frictional pressure drop and heat transfer of boiling two-phase flow, analytical model). Heat Transfer Jpn Res 21 838-856 [Pg.376]

Numerical simulation of hood performance is complex, and results depend on hood design, flow restriction by surrounding surfaces, source strength, and other boundary conditions. Thus, most currently used method.s of hood design are based on experimental studies and analytical models. According to these models, the exhaust airflow rate is calculated based on the desired capture velocity at a particular location in front of the hood. It is easier [Pg.544]

This section is divided in two parts. In the first one, we review the studies on the transport mechanism in materials used in OFETs, whereby temperature-depen-dent measurements are a very powerful tool. The study of the gate bias dependence has also been used by researchers. In the second part, we present the few analytical models of the organic FETs that have been developed until now. [Pg.575]

CIE Publication No 19/1, 19/2 An analytic model for deseribing the influence of lightening parameters upon visual performance Vol. I Vol. II 1981 [Pg.677]

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