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[In Chap. 10 we have seen that when an evaporating drop has the shape of a sphere, a spheroid or an ellipsoid, and the boundary conditions are uniform over the drop surface, the whole problem simplifies when proper coordinate systems are used and one-dimensional solutions of the conservation...
[In the previous two chapters we have investigated models of drop evaporation under steady-state conditions, an assumption widely used, although clearly unphysical: a mass source inside the drop is needed to maintain the drop shape unchanged during evaporation. To relieve this assumption a time...
[In many engineering applications multi-component liquids are used in spray systems, just think of fuel sprays in internal combustion engines where the fuels (Diesel, gasoline or even biofuels) are blend of a large number of different hydrocarbons . In those cases the species may have quite...
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