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Bubbles in polymeric liquids

dynamics and heat-mass transfer

by S. P. LevitНЎskiД­

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Published by Technomic Pub. in Lancaster .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymer solutions -- Fluid dynamics.,
  • Bubbles.,
  • Heat -- Transmission.,
  • Mass transfer.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-283) and index.

    StatementSemyon P. Levitskiy, Zinoviy P. Shulman.
    ContributionsShulʹman, Z. P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA455.P58 L46 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 287 p. :
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1123840M
    ISBN 101566762472
    LC Control Number94061880

    This article is cited by 22 publications. Eray Erzi, Murat Tiryakioḡlu. On the fracture pressure of liquid by: About Chemical Engineering. Engineering – Chemical essentially involves chemical reaction engineering, plant and process design, and the study of transport phenomena. It encompasses applications in bioprocessing, chemical processing and design, clean and sustainable processes, mass transfer and thermodynamics, process control, energy, fuels, and petrochemicals.

    Bubble trajectory. The characteristics of bubble motion in non-Newtonian liquids are still not well understood because many parameters influence the terminal rise velocity, trajectory and shape of bubbles (Frank, ).As the bubble motion is a complex problem, the degree of the complexity increases with bubble size (Kulkarni and Joshi, ). Author: N. M. S. Hassan, Mohammad Masud Kamal. Khan, Mohammad. Rasul.   The sterile bubbles were filled with liquids, for storage or analysis, by injecting them with a needle or pipette tip. The holes were sealed using a nail hardener. Bubble wrap is easily disposed of by burning, and since the bubbles are sterile inside, there is no need for an autoclave (or the electricity it takes to run one).

      Bubbles. Bubbles can be thought of as "negative drops" — spherical spaces within a liquid containing a gas, often just the vapor of the liquid. Bubbles within pure liquids such as water (which we see when water boils) are inherently unstable because the liquid's .   The Motion of Viscoelastic Fluids Around Spheres and Bubbles Wave Propagation in Viscoelastic Solids Overview of Macroscopic Viscoelastic Flow Necking Phenomena and Cold Drawing Polymeric Liquids: From Molecular Models to Constitutive Equations On Slow-Flow Approximations to Fluids with Fading MemoryBook Edition: 1.


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Bubbles in Polymeric Liquids: Dynamics and Heat-Mass Transfer - CRC Press Book From the Authors' PrefaceThe advancements of technology and chemical engineering have brought about extensive use of a wide range of rheologically complex materials, e.g., polymeric solutions and melts, suspensions, mixtures, oil products, fibre-forming.

This two-volume work is detailed enough to serve as a text and comprehensive enough to stand as a reference. Volume 1, Fluid Mechanics, summarizes the key experiments that show how polymeric fluids differ from structurally simple fluids, then presents, in rough historical order, various methods for solving polymer fluid dynamics 2, Kinetic Theory, uses molecular models and the Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Transport Processes and Bubble Dynamics in Polymeric Liquid Physical Effects in Vapor-Gas Bubble Dynamics Rheology of the Liquid Phase Molecular Models and the Time-Temperature Superposition Principle Mass Transfer and Thermodynamics Properties of Macromolecular Solutions.

The current state of art in the investigation of Newtonian liquids with bubbles is described in voluminous literature. However, these problems have been much less studied for non-Newtonian systems. Behavior of bubbles in polymeric liquids is of great interest because of wide application in chemical technologyPages: Dynamics of Polymeric Liquids, Second Edition Volume 2: Kinetic Theory R.

Byron Bird, Charles F. Curtiss, Robert C. Armstrong and Ole Hassager Volume Two deals with the molecular aspects of polymer rheology and fluid dynamics. It is the only book currently available dealing with kinetic theory and its relation to nonlinear rheological properties.

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Charles F. Curtiss is the author of Dynamics of Polymeric Liquids, Volume 2: Kinetic Theory, 2nd Edition, published by Wiley/5(2). This chapter concerns the flow behavior of polymeric liquids. This is a short introduction to the variety of behaviours observed in these complex fluids.

It is addressed at the level of a graduate student, who has had exposure to basic fluid mechanics. Chains of bubbles connected by thin necks have been observed by Kliakhandler [4], but only in concentrated polymeric solutions, where bubbles may form a very stable, continuous, and slowly rising.

The introduction of new ionic moieties, cations and anions, is extending the properties and classical applications of polyelectrolytes. These new polyelectrolytes are being named polymeric ionic liquids (PILs) in analogy to their monomeric constituents (i.e.

cations such as imidazolium, pyridinium, pyrrolidonium and anions such as hexafluorophosphate, triflates, amidotriflates).Cited by: This chapter discusses the translation of bubbles and solid spheres in a viscoelastic fluid. The motion is assumed to be caused by a gravitational field or an imposed force.

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Dynamics of Polymeric Liquids. Volume 1. Fluid Mechanics. By R. BIRD, R. ARMSTRONG and 0. HASSAGER. Volume 2. Kinetic Theory. By R.

BIRD, 0 Author: J. Pearson. Starting with the definition of a non-Newtonian fluid, different types of non-Newtonian characteristics are briefly described. Representative examples of materials (foams, suspensions, polymer solutions and melts), which, under appropriate circumstances, display shear-thinning, shear-thickening, visco-plastic, time-dependent and viscoelastic Cited by: the book.

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