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Drop Heating and Evaporation: Analytical Solutions in Curvilinear Coordinate SystemsTwo- and Three-Dimensional Modelling of Heating and Evaporation Under Steady Conditions

Drop Heating and Evaporation: Analytical Solutions in Curvilinear Coordinate Systems: Two- and... [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 equations can be found. When the drop assumes different shapes, or the boundary conditions are not uniform, two- or three-dimensional solutions appear, even using proper coordinate systems. In this chapter we will explore some cases of practical interest when 2-D or even 3-D solutions can be found analytically.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Drop Heating and Evaporation: Analytical Solutions in Curvilinear Coordinate SystemsTwo- and Three-Dimensional Modelling of Heating and Evaporation Under Steady Conditions

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2021
ISBN
978-3-030-49273-1
Pages
297 –328
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-49274-8_11
Publisher site
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Abstract

[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 equations can be found. When the drop assumes different shapes, or the boundary conditions are not uniform, two- or three-dimensional solutions appear, even using proper coordinate systems. In this chapter we will explore some cases of practical interest when 2-D or even 3-D solutions can be found analytically.]

Published: Jul 1, 2020

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