Modelling Macroscopic Phenomena at Liquid Boundaries (CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences)

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  • Mechanics of fluids,
  • States of matter,
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  • Chemistry - Physical & Theoretical,
  • Engineering - Chemical & Biochemical,
  • Mechanics - Dynamics - Thermodynamics,
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ContributionsW. Kosinski (Editor), A.I. Murdoch (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages288
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Open LibraryOL9020446M
ISBN 103211823271
ISBN 109783211823279

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This volume contains articles which address the modelling of such phenomena from. This volume discusses the macroscopic behavior of material systems in which two bulk phases are in contact may only be comprehended if their mutual boundary is invested with distinct physical attributes.

These boundaries are in fact interfacial regions across which bulk material quantities may undergo great change. Topics presented include the physical interpretation of fluid interfacial Cited by: 5. Modelling Macroscopic Phenomena at Liquid Boundaries CISM Courses and Lecture Notes No. Book January with 22 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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This volume contains articles. Publisher Summary. This chapter presents a number of prototypical problems of melting and solidification. It discusses boundary conditions at the solid–liquid interface, including continuity of temperature and conservation of energy at the interface, and provides an overview of exact solutions of one-dimensional solid–liquid phase problems, including both one-region and two-region problems.

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The emphasis is on obtaining the equation representing a physical phenomenon and its interpretation. Microscopic-macroscopic approach to modelling of solidification in heterogeneous systems (the mushy zone of binary alloys, in manufacture of metal-matrix composites and in porous media) is addressed in the paper.

Microscopic phenomena accompanying solidification and. A phase-field model is developed to describe the macroscopic freezing dynamics by coupling heat transfer, fluid flow, phase transition, interfacial kinetics and mass transfer of sucrose and model protein in a cylindrical vessel.

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A balanced approach is presented between analysis and synthesis, students will understand how to use the. Book • Browse book content Select CHAPTER 5 - Macroscopic Modeling of Dynamical Phenomena in Liquid Crystalline Materials. Book chapter Full text access.

CHAPTER 5 - Macroscopic Modeling of Dynamical Phenomena in Liquid Crystalline Materials. Alejandro D. Rey. Pages Select CHAPTER 6 - MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF. liquid) motion and macroscopic transport. Another example is provided by the macrosegregation in continuous casting of steel caused by the deformation of the solid crystal skeleton formed during solidification (Lesoult, ).

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those that model a free liquid film, and those that model a droplet or molecular cluster. T&F logo. from book Hot Cracking Phenomena in Welds II the fraction of grain boundaries covered with liquid rather than the fraction The model is based upon the general volume-averaged conservation.“On the macroscopic modelling of dilute emulsions under flow,” J.

Fluid Mech.– ()], the use of a unit determinant conformation tensor to represent morphological changes has been advanced within the context of a thermodynamically consistent theory for a dilute monodisperse emulsion.

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interfacial. Mathematical modeling of mass, momentum, heat, and species transport phenomena occurring during solidification of metal alloys is reviewed. Emphasis is placed on the incorporation of the effects of the solid structure and the interactions between the solid and liquid phases on a microscopic scale into a (macroscopic) model of the transport phenomena occurring at the system scale.

Macroscopic Phenomena There are many open source tools for solving the partial differential equations involved in modeling macroscopic phenomena such as mechanical deformation and transport phenomena. Numerous available codes for fluid dynamics, heat transfer, and mass transfer grew out of university and government research projects.

Modelling and simulation of microstructural development in liquid melt pool can be described by macroscopic and microscopic models of heat and mass transfer depending on type of alloy, its nature, number of elements, cooling curve, undercoolings (constitutional (solute/particulate), thermal, curvature, interfacial), thermal and kinetic.

Thus, it is robust enough to describe the membrane properties and transport under various operating conditions (liquid and vapor boundaries, membrane form, temperature, etc.), but it is not too complex and unwieldy; it is still essentially a macroscopic model.

From the other side, the macroscopic numerical modelling (figure 7) results in the same distance of mm between the solidius and the liquidus in the direction along the symmetry plane ('A' in figure 6), In the direction 'C', this distance is equal to mm, which is slightly smaller than the length of the mushy zone given by the micro.

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These materials range in size between the nanoscale for a quantity of. liquid film flows down an inclined plane. The surface of the liquid film in contact with the surrounding gas is a fluidfluid interface.

Other examples include the int- erface between a liquid drop and the surrounding continuous phase or that between two liquid layers.

It is convenient to designate the two fluid phases in contact as phase. The spontaneous spreading of non-volatile liquid droplets on solid substrates poses a classic problem in the context of wetting phenomena. It is well known that the spreading of a macroscopic droplet is in many cases accompanied by a thin film of macroscopic lateral extent, the so-called precursor film, which emanates from the three-phase contact line region and spreads ahead of.

purpose [1], even though the simulations of macroscopic phenomena are not easy due to the severe limitations of current computational power. Recently, the liquid-solid contact phenomena for nanoscale system are also very important in some nanotechnology applications such as the wetting of catalyst metal in a fuel cell electrode.

The use of. A grain boundary is the interface between two grains, or crystallites, in a polycrystalline boundaries are 2D defects in the crystal structure, and tend to decrease the electrical and thermal conductivity of the material. Most grain boundaries are preferred sites for the onset of corrosion and for the precipitation of new phases from the solid.

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Introduction. Part 1 of this two-part investigation presented a multiphase solidification model that incorporated the finite diffusion kinetics and ternary phase diagram with the macroscopic transport phenomena, and this model was used to analyze the solidification of a ternary alloy (Fe– wt.%C– wt.%Mn) for cases without finite diffusion kinetics in both the liquid and.

In chemistry, thermodynamics, and many other related fields, phase transitions (or phase changes) are the physical processes of transition between the basic states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas, as well as plasma in rare cases.

A phase of a thermodynamic system and the states of matter have uniform physical a phase transition of a given medium, certain properties of the. The second model revision in the previous exercise (increasing the radius of neighborhoods) for the majority rule CA produces quite interesting spatial dynamics.

Specifically, the boundaries between the two states tend to straighten out, and the characteristic scale of spatial features continuously becomes larger and larger over time (Fig.

This model simulates the principal phenomena governing mushy zone dynamics including solute diffusion in the interdendritic and bulk liquids, migration of both the solid-liquid interface and the. Solid-liquid phase change phenomena are present in a large number of industrial applications and natural processes like material processing, crystal growth, heat storage, icebergs or magma eruption.

Numerical modelling of strongly non-linear, moving boundary, thermal and fluid flow problems is a challenging task.

We present pore-scale simulations of two-phase flows in a reconstructed fibrous porous layer. The three-dimensional microstructure of the material, a fuel cell gas diffusion layer, is acquired via X-ray computed tomography and used as input for lattice Boltzmann simulations.

We perform a quantitative analysis of the multiphase pore-scale dynamics, and we identify the dominant fluid structures. In continuum modelling, this would be implemented by boundary conditions at the interface.

In our discrete framework, however, also this type of interaction must be resolved in terms of forces F i,j. There are three main types of phenomena occurring at the solid-liquid interface [17, 18]: no-penetration, no-slip and continuity of stresses. Rather than enjoying a good book afterward a cup of coffee in the afternoon, then again they juggled with some harmful virus inside their computer.

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Thus the Lifshitz line extends into the liquid region of the phase diagram. The phase diagram in mean-field theory is shown in Fig.

The point a = 0, τ = 0 at which the phase boundaries meet is denoted the Lifshitz point. We note that, within mean.

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In order to arrive at the resulting macroscopically observable phenomena, many orders of magnitude need to be bridged on both the time and the length scale. In the p 1st TYC workshop on energy materials.

The physical laws and phenomena causing liquid masses and layers to breakup into smaller droplets can then be supposed continuous between droplets from 1 to 10 µm and larger ones. So, if a parameter change in the model implied an optimization of the output in the larger size range, the overall actual output would also be optimized.

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