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Chemistry - Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering | Introduction to Computational Mass Transfer - With Applications to Chemical Engineering

Introduction to Computational Mass Transfer

With Applications to Chemical Engineering

Yu, Kuo-Tsong, Yuan, Xigang

2014, XI, 337 p. 219 illus., 42 illus. in color.

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  • Presents the rigorous models for the simulation of concentration, temperature and velocity distributions in chemical process equipment
  • Includes the prediction of isotropic and anisotropic diffusivities of mass transfer in turbulent gas-liquid flow
  • Introduces the simulation of interfacial convections in gas-liquid processes
This book presents a new computational methodology called Computational Mass Transfer (CMT). It offers an approach to rigorously simulating the mass, heat and momentum transfer under turbulent flow conditions with the help of two newly published models, namely the C’2—εC’ model and the Reynolds  mass flux model, especially with regard to predictions of concentration, temperature and velocity distributions in chemical and related processes. The book will also allow readers to understand the interfacial phenomena accompanying the mass transfer process and methods for modeling the interfacial effect, such as the influences of Marangoni convection and Rayleigh convection. The CMT methodology is demonstrated by means of its applications to typical separation and chemical reaction processes and equipment, including distillation, absorption, adsorption and chemical reactors.
Professor Kuo-Tsong Yu is a Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Dr. Xigang Yuan is a Professor at the School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Tianjin University, China.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Closure of Turbulent Mass Transfer Equation - Computational Mass Transfer - Concentration Distribution in Process Equipment - Interfacial Convection - Marangoni Effect on Mass Transfer - Rayleigh Effect on Mass Transfer - Reynolds Mass Flux Model - Two-equation Model

Related subjects » Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - Theoretical and Computational Chemistry - Theoretical Computer Science

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