By Nicholas P Cheremisinoff Consulting Engineer
This quantity of the Advances in Engineering Fluid Mechanics sequence covers issues in hydrodynamics relating to polymerization of elastomers and plastics. Emphasis is given to complex innovations in multiphase reactor structures usually utilized in the producing of goods. This quantity is created from 30 chapters that deal with key topic components corresponding to multiphase blending thoughts, multicomponet reactors and the hydrodynamics linked to their operations, and slurry movement habit linked to non-Newtonian flows.
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National Science Foundation, both to the University of Delaware. NOTATION A, B, C, D Equation constants in various equations a,b,c,d Equation constants in various equations g Density dependence function in Equation 15 AH^^ Molar heat of vaporization in Equation 20 M, MW Molecular weight n Equation constant in Equation 6, and in Equation 17 P Absolute pressure q UNIFAC area parameter in Equation 17 r UNIFAC area parameter in Equation 17 R Gas constant T Absolute temperature U Characteristic interaction energy in Equation 17 V, V Volume X Mole fraction, or densitytemperature variable in Equation 16 z Lattice coordination number in Equation 17 Greek Letters Y Viscosity parameter in Equation 12 £ Volume expansion factor (v,/Vst) in Equation 15 |i Absolute (dynamic) viscosity V Kinematic viscosity v^'^ Number of group k in molecule i in Equation 27 p Density X A dimensionless temperature defined as (T/T^) in Equation 16 (|) Segment fraction in Equation 27 CO Reduced density (p/p,t) in Equation 16 5 Group residual viscosity in Equation 27 Subscripts b Boiling point c Critical 1 Liquid m Melting point The Viscosity of Liquid Hydrocarbons and Their Mixtures R, r Reduced s Solid 21 ref Reference t Triple point Superscript sat Saturation REFERENCES 1.