Rotating Flow

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  • Author : Peter R. N. Childs
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 416 pages
  • ISBN : 9780123820990
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Rotating Flow

Rotating Flow
  • Author : Peter R. N. Childs
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 29 October 2010
GET THIS BOOK Rotating Flow

Rotating flow is critically important across a wide range of scientific, engineering and product applications, providing design and modeling capability for diverse products such as jet engines, pumps and vacuum cleaners, as well as geophysical flows. Developed over the course of 20 years’ research into rotating fluids and associated heat transfer at the University of Sussex Thermo-Fluid Mechanics Research Centre (TFMRC), Rotating Flow is an indispensable reference and resource for all those working within the gas turbine and rotating machinery industries.

Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in Rotating Porous Media

Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in Rotating Porous Media
  • Author : Peter Vadasz
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 28 July 2015
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This Book concentrates the available knowledge on rotating fluid flow and heat transfer in porous media in one single reference. Dr. Vadasz develops the fundamental theory of rotating flow and heat transfer in porous media and introduces systematic classification and identification of the relevant problems. An initial distinction between rotating flows in isothermal heterogeneous porous systems and natural convection in homogeneous non-‐isothermal porous systems provides the two major classes of problems to be considered. A few examples of solutions

Modelling of Convective Heat and Mass Transfer in Rotating Flows

Modelling of Convective Heat and Mass Transfer in Rotating Flows
  • Author : Igor V. Shevchuk
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 24 July 2015
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This monograph presents results of the analytical and numerical modeling of convective heat and mass transfer in different rotating flows caused by (i) system rotation, (ii) swirl flows due to swirl generators, and (iii) surface curvature in turns and bends. Volume forces (i.e. centrifugal and Coriolis forces), which influence the flow pattern, emerge in all of these rotating flows. The main part of this work deals with rotating flows caused by system rotation, which includes several rotating-disk configurations and

Rotating Thermal Flows in Natural and Industrial Processes

Rotating Thermal Flows in Natural and Industrial Processes
  • Author : Marcello Lappa
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 25 July 2012
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Rotating Thermal Flows in Natural and Industrial Processes provides the reader with a systematic description of the different types of thermal convection and flow instabilities in rotating systems, as present in materials, crystal growth, thermal engineering, meteorology, oceanography, geophysics and astrophysics. It expressly shows how the isomorphism between small and large scale phenomena becomes beneficial to the definition and ensuing development of an integrated comprehensive framework. This allows the reader to understand and assimilate the underlying, quintessential mechanisms without requiring

Dynamics of Vortex Structures in a Stratified Rotating Fluid

Dynamics of Vortex Structures in a Stratified Rotating Fluid
  • Author : Mikhail A. Sokolovskiy,Jacques Verron
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 28 August 2013
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This book presents an extensive analysis of the dynamics of discrete and distributed baroclinic vortices in a multi-layer fluid that characterizes the main features of the large and mesoscales dynamics of the atmosphere and the ocean. It widely covers the case of hetonic situations as well as the case of intrathermocline vortices that are familiar in oceanographic and of recognized importance for heat and mass transfers. Extensive typology of such baroclinic eddies is made and analysed with the help of

Theory and Modeling of Rotating Fluids

Theory and Modeling of Rotating Fluids
  • Author : Keke Zhang,Xinhao Liao
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 23 May 2017
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A systematic account of the theory and modelling of rotating fluids that highlights the remarkable advances in the area and brings researchers and postgraduate students in atmospheres, oceanography, geophysics, astrophysics and engineering to the frontiers of research. Sufficient mathematical and numerical detail is provided in a variety of geometries such that the analysis and results can be readily reproduced, and many numerical tables are included to enable readers to compare or benchmark their own calculations. Traditionally, there are two disjointed

Physics of Rotating Fluids

Physics of Rotating Fluids
  • Author : Christoph Egbers,Gerd Pfister
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 11 January 2008
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This book is devoted to recent developments in the field of rotating fluids, in particular the study of Taylor--Couette flow, spherical Couette flow, planar Couette flow, as well as rotating annulus flow. Besides a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art, possible future directions in this research field are investigated. The first part of this volume presents several new results in the classical Taylor--Couette system covering diverse theoretical, experimental and numerical work on bifurcation theory, influence of boundary

Rotating Hydraulics

Rotating Hydraulics
  • Author : Lawrence L.J. Pratt,John A. Whitehead
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 26 December 2007
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This book thoroughly covers the development of the theory of rotating hydraulics, making frequent use of supporting laboratory models and observational data. The need to understand rotating hydraulic phenomena is growing as general interest in climate and global circulation is continuously increasing. The book details cutting-edge research and includes many exercises.

Convective Heat Transfer From Rotating Disks Subjected To Streams Of Air

Convective Heat Transfer From Rotating Disks Subjected To Streams Of Air
  • Author : Stefan aus der Wiesche,Christian Helcig
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 15 July 2015
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This Brief describes systematically results of research studies on a series of convective heat transfer phenomena from rotating disks in air crossflow. Phenomena described in this volume were investigated experimentally using an electrically heated disk placed in the test section of a wind tunnel. The authors describe findings in which transitions between different heat transfer regimes can occur in dependency on the involved Reynolds numbers and the angle of incidence, and that these transitions could be related to phenomenological Landau

Rotating Fluids in Geophysical and Industrial Applications

Rotating Fluids in Geophysical and Industrial Applications
  • Author : E.J. Hopfinger
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 04 May 2014
GET THIS BOOK Rotating Fluids in Geophysical and Industrial Applications

The volume presents a comprehensive overview of rotation effects on fluid behavior, emphasizing non-linear processes. The subject is introduced by giving a range of examples of rotating fluids encountered in geophysics and engineering. This is then followed by a discussion of the relevant scales and parameters of rotating flow, and an introduction to geostrophic balance and vorticity concepts. There are few books on rotating fluids and this volume is, therefore, a welcome addition. It is the first volume which contains

Convection in Rotating Fluids

Convection in Rotating Fluids
  • Author : B.M. Boubnov,Georgi S. Golitsyn
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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Spatial inhomogeneity of heating of fluids in the gravity field is the cause of all motions in nature: in the atmosphere and the oceans on Earth, in astrophysical and planetary objects. All natural objects rotate and convective motions in rotating fluids are of interest in many geophysical and astrophysical phenomena. In many industrial applications, too (crystal growth, semiconductor manufacturing), heating and rotation are the main mechanisms defining the structure and quality of the material. Depending on the geometry of the