Journal of engineering physics

, Volume 58, Issue 3, pp 339–346 | Cite as

Theory of heat and mass transfer in disperse media

  • A. I. Moshinskii


The equations of heat and mass transfer in heterogeneous media obtained in [1] are generalized to the case of disperse-phase particles of arbitrary form.


Mass Transfer Statistical Physic Heterogeneous Medium Disperse Medium Arbitrary Form 
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  • A. I. Moshinskii
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  1. 1.State-Institute-of-Applied-Chemistry Scientific and Productive CombineLeningrad

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