Local Instant Formulation
The singular characteristic of two-phase or of two immiscible mixtures is the presence of one or several interfaces separating the phases or components. Examples of such flow systems can be found in a large number of engineering systems as well as in a wide variety of natural phenomena. The understanding of the flow and heat transfer processes of two-phase systems has become increasingly important in nuclear, mechanical and chemical engineering, as well as in environmental and medical science.
KeywordsConstitutive Equation Jump Condition Entropy Inequality Singular Curve Differential Balance Equation
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