Stationary exchange between an infiltrated granular bed and a body immersed in it
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Stationary heat and mass outflow from a body in an infiltrated granular bed is studied taking into account the effect of the high-porosity zone near the surface of the body.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Stationary Exchange Stationary Heat Mass Outflow
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