Eurotech Direct 1991: Thermofluids Engineering : Conference Proceedings
Current developments in thermofluids engineering embrace many areas of expertise. There is currently particular emphasis on environmental engineering design and many advances have been made in computational fluid dynamics. These topics and many others such as multiphase flow, the latest developments in heat transfer and advances in combustion and power cycles formed the subject of an international conference on "Thermofluids Engineering" which was part of Eurotech Direct 1991, the European Engineering Research and Technology Transfer Congress, organized by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in July 1991 and held in Birmingham.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 200 x 250mm | 684g
- 01 Jan 1991
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Professional Engineering Publishing
- Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
Table of contents
A two-dimensional heat diffusion code incorporating one-and two-phase convection and radiation; numerical investigation of modified K-e turbulence models for the simulation of a backward facing step flow; a proposal for improving the modelling of turbulence; computational study on three-dimensional flow around a heavy-duty truck body; turbulent flow and heat tranfer predictions for cross-corrugated rotary regenerators; numerical simulation of transitions in axial-rotary flows in an annulus; the rotating matrix swirling gas burner - performance and computational design; modelling gas-fired furnace flow computation techniques in the design of turbine blading; prediction of smoke movement using CFD; meeting vehicle pollution regulations by combustion technology; experiemental and theroretical study of the radiation of gases containing dust particles; swirl centre precession under steady flow conditions. Part contents.