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Materials - Mechanics | Natural Convection in Superposed Fluid-Porous Layers

Natural Convection in Superposed Fluid-Porous Layers

Bagchi, Aniruddha, Kulacki, Francis A.

2014, X, 80 p. 45 illus.

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  • Provides overview of critical numerical modeling approaches
  • Offers vital comparisons of experimental and numerical results
  • Presents comprehensive overview of current literature
  • Outlines current and future challenges
Natural Convection in Composite Fluid-Porous Domains provides a timely overview of the current state of understanding on the phenomenon of convection in composite fluid-porous layers. Natural convection in horizontal fluid-porous layers has received renewed attention because of engineering problems such as post-accident cooling of nuclear reactors, contaminant transport in groundwater, and convection in fibrous insulation systems. Because applications of the problem span many scientific domains, the book serves as a valuable resource for a wide audience.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Composite fluid-porous domains - Fluid and porous layers - Fluid-superposed porous layers - Natural convection

Related subjects » Energy Technology - Hydrogeology - Mechanics - Systems, Storage and Harvesting

Table of contents 

Introduction.- Literature Review.- Mathematical Formulation and Numerical Solution.- Numerical Prediction of Convection.- Measurement of Heat Transfer Coefficients.- Discussion.

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