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TitleTwo-Phase Flow for Automotive and Power Generation Sectors [electronic resource] / edited by Kaushik Saha, Avinash Kumar Agarwal, Koushik Ghosh, Sibendu Som
ImprintSingapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2019
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Descript XV, 398 p. 195 illus., 148 illus. in color. online resource


This book focuses on the two-phase flow problems relevant in the automotive and power generation sectors. It includes fundamental studies on liquid–gas two-phase interactions, nucleate and film boiling, condensation, cavitation, suspension flows as well as the latest developments in the field of two-phase problems pertaining to power generation systems. It also discusses the latest analytical, numerical and experimental techniques for investigating the role of two-phase flows in performance analysis of devices like combustion engines, gas turbines, nuclear reactors and fuel cells. The wide scope of applications of this topic makes this book of interest to researchers and professionals alike


Review of an Eulerian-Lagrangian Spray Atomization model for nozzle flow and near-field Diesel spray modeling -- Multiphase flow and its application in water management and harvesting in fuel cells -- Spray Collapse in a Multi-hole GDI Injector and Its Effect on In-Cylinder Combustion -- Ferrofluids for Propulsion -- Coolability of heat-generating porous debris beds in severe accident situations -- On the Choice of Numerical Techniques for the Simulation of Two-Phase Flow Interactions in the Energy and Automotive Power Systems -- Modeling and analysis of steam-water direct contact condensation -- LES and DNS of multiphase flows in industrial devices: application of high -- performance computation -- Multi Scale Eulerian-Lagrangian approach for modelling of atomization- Algorithm, potential and future scope -- Recent Progress in Primary Atomization Model Development for Diesel Engine Simulations -- Droplet Impingement and Evaporation on a Solid Surface -- Film boiling heat transfer on simple geometry: numerical and scale analysis -- Modeling of high pressure fuel injection in internal combustion engines -- Modeling of cavitation phenomena for high pressure diesel injectors -- Simulation of spray combustion using tabulated chemistry -- Simulation of biodiesel blends under Spray A conditions -- Film boiling in the context of severe accident

Hydraulic engineering Engineering Production of electric energy or Engineering Fluid Dynamics. Automotive Engineering. Energy Systems. Engineering Thermodynamics Heat and Mass Transfer. Power Electronics Electrical Machines and Networks.


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