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[In this chapter, the derivation of the basic equations for conservation of mass, momentum, and energy for a multiphase system is presented. It is assumed that the systems for which conservation equations are derived consist of a sufficient amount of disperse phases (e.g., particles) that...
[Chapter 1 presented general forms of conservation equations; this chapter presents mass and momentum conservation equations and constitutive and boundary conditions for fluid–particle flow systems. The conservation equations and constitutive relations are general and can be applied to all...
[Gas–particle flows are inherently oscillatory, and they manifest in nonhomogeneous structures. Thus, if one sets out to solve the microscopic two-fluid model equations for gas-particle flows, grid sizes of less than 10-particle diameter become essential. For most devices of practical...
[In this chapter, an introduction to the concept of polydispersity in multiphase systems and the numerical solution of coupled computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and population balance equation (PBE) using CFD computer codes are presented. PBE is a balance equation based on the number density...
[In this chapter, three case studies are presented: the first case presents computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling and simulation of a pharmaceutical bubbling bed drying process. The mathematical model used in Case1 is composed of the continuity, momentum, energy, and species transfer...
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