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Nomenclature D: Diffusion coefficient [[m.sub.2]/s] T: Temperature [K] V: Radial velocity potential [1/s] Y: Mass fraction [-] a: Strain rate [1/s] [c.sub.p:] Isobaric heat capacity [J/(kg K)] d: Grid size [m] [??]: Mass flux density [kg/(s [m.sup.2])] p: Pressure [Pa] u: Axial velocity [m/s] z: Axial coordinate [m] [LAMBDA]: Pressure curvature [N/[m.sup.4]] [delta]: Flame thickness [m] [lambda]: Heat conductivity [W/(m K)] [rho]: Density [[m.sub.3]/kg] f: Fuel inlet o: Oxidizer inlet.
Geng, "Modeling the mass flux budgets of water and suspended sediments for the river network and estuary in the Pearl River Delta, China," Journal of Marine Systems, vol.
In Figure 3, the best distribution indicated by [sigma] is at [x.sub.in] = 0.2 (the lowest) and the highest inlet mass flux among the test conditions for each header.
At the same time, the mass flux driven by heat current occurs along the axial direction of CNTs.
Muthucumaraswamy and Ganesan [5] studied the effects of the first order homogeneous chemical reaction on the process of an unsteady flow past an impulsively started semi-infinite vertical plate with uniform mass flux. The governing equations are solved using implicit -finite difference scheme of Crank-Nicolson type.
where [G.sub.c] is the critical mass flux and all refrigerant properties are evaluated using the values of liquid saturated conditions.
In addition, with furnace pressure losses typically only 30% of an equivalent high mass flux design, feed pump power is reduced substantially, which means lower energy consumption over the operating life of the plant."
The inequalities (20) make it justifiable to accept the forms of equation as apt descriptions of the mass flux [j.sup.[alpha]] of components [alpha] and the heat flux q
The air mass flux was varied between 0.6 and 43 kg/([m.sup.2] s) and the water mass flux ranged from 200 to 1600 kg/([m.sup.2] s).
At 25 C, oil migration into the chocolate phase exhibited a qualitative profile primarily involving Fickian-based diffusion--the basic relationship used to describe the nonconvective mass flux of a solute in a porous medium.
[J.sub.g] = diffusive flux (mass flux across a unit area per unit time)
For the wind tunnel test sites, Chandler and Saxton (2001) later found a general relationship between the mass of soil eroded in wind tunnel tests (total mass flux of eroding soil, TMF (1), Table 1) and the fraction of aggregates in the surface soil that are less than 710 [micro]m (0.028 in).