, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai 400076, India 1. INTRODUCTION The notion of a dissipative system of the family of all trajectories that map the set of independent variables into the set of dependent variables
Kay, Mark A.
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Carson, Robert; Wente, Wendy H.; Hill, Milton
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Beek, Joachim Michael
1986) Joachim Michael Reek, B. S. , Texas AlkH Univer sit, y Chair of Advisor y Committee: Dr. D. H. Allen This thesis reviews three theories for prediction of inelastic defor mation which are based on considerations of the microstr uctural.... . . . 90 . . . 95 . . 102 COMPARISON OF THEORY TQ EXPERIMENT . 107 Qualitative Review of Predictive Capabilities. . . . . . 107 Review of Integration Technique . . 109 Compar i son of' Numer ical Pr edf. cti one to Exper imerrt . . 110 SUMMARY...
Glynn, Thomas Michael
THE APPLICATION OF THE FUSION METHOD OF THERPIIT LIELOING TO SMALL DIAMETER TUBING: AN ANALYSIS OF DOINT GEOMETRY A Thesis by THOMAS MICHAEL GLYNN Submitted to the Graduate College of Texas 48PI University in partial fulfillment... of the requirement for the degree of PIASTER OF SCIENCE December 1972 Major Subject: Industrial Technology THE APPLICATION OF THE FUSION METHOD OF THERMIT 4IELDING TO SMALL DIAPIETER TUBING: AN ANALYSIS OF ANOINT GEOMETRY A Thesis by THOMAS PIICHAEL GLYNN...
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Kremkus, Mark Christian
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Friess, H.; Yadigaroglu, G. [Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland)
An idealized lattice structure is considered of multilayer aerosol deposits, where every particle at the deposit surface is associated with a resuspension rate constant depending on a statistically distributed particle parameter and on flow conditions. The response of this generic model is represented by a set of integrodifferential equations. As a first application of the general formalism, the behavior of Fromentin's multilayer model is analyzed, and the model parameters are adapted to experimental data. In addition, improved relations between model parameters and physical input parameters are proposed. As a second application, a method is proposed for building multilayer models by using resuspension rate constants of existing monolayer models. The method is illustrated by a sample of monolayer data resulting from the model of Reeks, Reed, and Hall. Also discussed is the error to be expected if a monolayer resuspension model, which works well for thin aerosol deposits, is applied to thick deposits under the classical monolayer assumption that all deposited particles interact with the fluid at all times.