Engineering Aspects of Artificial Kidney Systems
While some of the work described in the first part of this paper has appeared in medical journals from time to time, the major results are summarized here with emphasis on the engineering problems and their solutions.
KeywordsMass Transfer Coefficient Mass Transfer Rate Sherwood Number Channel Height Engineering Aspect
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