Hydrodynamics and Mass Transfer in a Jet-Agitated Vessel
Experiments of carbon dioxide absorption in water have been carried out in a turbulent vessel presenting a zero mean shear stress value at the gas-liquid interface. Liquid-phase turbulence...

The Effect of Surface Films on Concentration Fluctuations Close to a Gas/Liquid Interface
Modeling of gas/liquid mass transport requires knowledge concerning the behavior of near-surface concentration fluctuations at clean and film-covered gas/liquid interfaces. Previous measurements...

Introduction to Air-Water Mass Transfer
Background is presented to assist individuals in comprehending the terminology, in understanding the need to know the rate of air-water mass transfer, and the historical theories of air-water...

Near-Field Transport of Radioactive Chains
Much attention has been given to predicting the near-field mass transfer of a single radioactive species from a waste solid into surrounding porous material, but only limited consideration...

Risk Assessments for the Design of Subsurface Openings
A probabilistic approach was introduced to assess the risk of structural instability due to rock joint systems in rock mass, where subsurface openings are excavated, such openings as shafts,...

MUT1D: User-Friendly One-Dimensional Thermal Model
MUT1D is a microcomputer-based heat conduction model which uses implicit finite difference techniques to determine the thermal regime and track the movement of the phase change front in...

Automated Generation of Floor Framing Plans for Steel Office Buildings

Reliability Models of the Mohr Failure Criterion for Mass Concrete
Failure in biaxially stressed concrete is here modelled by the Mohr criterion. The reliability of a stress state is evaluated in terms of 2 load variables and 1 or 2 strength variables....

Mass-Transfer Analysis of Waste Packages Containing Defense Waste Processing Facility Glass as a Waste Form
The fractional release rates of selected radionuclides from waste packages containing Defense Waste Processing Facility (DWPF) glass are calculated using the AREST code, assuming a continuous-diffusive...

Simulation of Heat Transfer in the Unsaturated Zone
It is well known that heat transfer can play an important roll in fluid flow near the emplacement site of high-level nuclear waste (K. Pruess and J.S.W. Wang, 1987). Heat transfer effects...

Waste Heat Rejection System for a Lunar Oxygen Production Plant

Design Considerations for a Ceramic Fabric Radiator
The design of an Advanced Ceramic Fabric (ACF) thermal management device for use in both interplanetary and near-earth space must consider several important aspects of the environment....

High Level Radioactive Waste Management 1990
The proceedings of the first annual Conference on High Level Radioactive Waste Management, held on April 8-12, 1990, Las Vegas, Nevada, provides information on the current technical issues...

O2 Limitations in CH4 and NH4+ Utilizing Biofilms

Dissolution of Organic Liquids in Groundwater

Equilibrium and Mass-Transfer Limited Approaches to Modeling Multiphase Groundwater Systems

Determination of Aeration System Capacity

A Branched Mass Transport Model of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California
A new branched mass (salt) transport model is used to simulate salt transport in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California. The model uses a two-step procedure to determine the salt...

Large-Scale Vortical Structure in the Turbulent Flows Under Unstably-Stratified Conditions

Differential Property Transport Due to Incomplete Mixing in a Stratified Fluid

 

 

 

 

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