Particulate Flows: Processing and Rheology - The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications v.98 by Donald A. Drew
This volume of IMA in mathematics and its applications refers to the flow: classification and standards are based on the proceedings of a successful one-week workshop of the same title,…
Particulate Flows synopsis
This volume of IMA in mathematics and its applications refers to the flow: classification and standards are based on the proceedings of a successful one-week workshop of the same title, which was an integral part of the IMA program 1995-1996 on "Mathematical Methods in Materials" Science. "We would like to thank Donald A.
Drew, Daniel Joseph and Stephen L. Basman for their excellent work as organizers of the meeting, and we also take this opportunity to thank the National Scientific Commission (NSF), the Scientific Research Office (ARO) and the Naval Research Office (ONR), which has made its financial support possible.
Robert Gulliver v PREFACE The workshop on particle flow was held January 8 - 12, 1996 at the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications at the University of Twinsuta Twins Citys as part of the Mathematics Program 1995 - 96 Methods in Materials Science There were about forty participants, some lively discussions, despite the fact that the bad weather On the east coast, some participants remain present and cause a change in the schedule during the workshop.The heterogeneous materials can behave strangely, even in simple flow situations, for example, a combination of solid particles in the liquid can exhibit behavior that looks like hardness Or fluid-like, try to measure "viscosity "This mixture leads to inconsistencies and" irreversible "experiences. However, such materials are commonly used in manufacturing and processing..
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