An Analytical Study of Simultaneous Heat and Binary Mass Transfer with Thermodynamic Coupling in Laminar Boundary-Layer Flows
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Biomedical and Chemical Engineering
William N. Gill
chemical engineering, heat transfer, transport equations, thermodynamic coupling
This study investigates a multi component dimension to the mass transfer of heat, and a number of effects to be considered in detail are discussed, including property variation with concentration, thermodynamic coupling, and the effects of body forces acting on non-uniform density distributions caused by both temperature and concentration fields. The present study was initiated to investigate these effects for a number of binary gaseous systems, with air being the ambient gas in each case.
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Zeh, Dale William, "An Analytical Study of Simultaneous Heat and Binary Mass Transfer with Thermodynamic Coupling in Laminar Boundary-Layer Flows" (1967). Biomedical and Chemical Engineering - Dissertations. 53.