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** Kinetic theory for polymeric fluids **

** Melting theory for temperature-dependent fluid **

** Mixture one-fluid theory for generalizing **

** Mixture two-fluid theory for generalizing **

** Second-order perturbation theory for a fluid **

A.M. Sonnet, E.G. Virga, The Dissipative Ordered Fluids, Theories for Liquid Crystals (Springer, New York, 2012) [Pg.205]

Comparison of experirnental pressures with those calculated from perfect-fluid theory for a streamlined body. [From H. Muttray, Die experimentalen Tatsachen des Widerstandes ohne Auftrieb (The experimental data of drag without lift), in Handbuch der Experimentalphysik Hydro- und Aero-Dynamik, Leipzig, 1932, p. 316 based on data by Fuhrmann.] [Pg.382]

When a spherical particle exists in a stagnant, suspending gas, its velocity can be predicted from viscous fluid theory for the transfer of momentum to the particle. Perhaps no other result has had such wide application to aerosol mechanics as Stokes (1851) theory for the motion of a solid particle in a stagnant medium. The model estimates that the drag force 2) acting on the sphere is [Pg.60]

Llovell, F. Galindo, A. Bias, F.J. Jackson, G. (2010a). Classical density functional theory for the prediction of the surface tension and interfadal properties of fluids mixtures of chain molecules based on the statistical associating fluid theory for potentials of variable range. /. Chem. Phys. 133,024704 1-19. [Pg.325]

FEN Feng, W., Wen, H., Xu, Z., and Wang, W., Comparison of perturbed hard-sphere-chain theory with statistical associating fluid theory for square-well fluids, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 39, 2559, 2000. [Pg.114]

The results obtained encourage future study and illustrate the power of conformal solution methods. It is reasonable to expect that the excellent accuracy obtained by Mollerup (16,17,18) with the VDW one-fluid theory for natural gas mixtures can be expected with the HSE theory for polar mixtures and other systems in which there are large dissimilarities between the components and the reference fluid. [Pg.100]

The contribution "Application of Meso-Scale Field-based Models to Predict Stability of Particle Dispersions in Polymer Melts" by Prasanna Jog, Valeriy Ginzburg, Rakesh Srivastava, Jeffrey Weinhold, Shekhar Jain, and Walter Chapman examines and compares Self Consistent Field Theory and interfacial Statistical Associating Fluid Theory for use in predicting the thermodynamic phase behavior of dispersions in polymer melts. Such dispersions are of quite some technological importance in the [Pg.227]

** Kinetic theory for polymeric fluids **

** Melting theory for temperature-dependent fluid **

** Mixture one-fluid theory for generalizing **

** Mixture two-fluid theory for generalizing **

** Second-order perturbation theory for a fluid **

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