Flow of Particles in Suspensions / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Springer Vienna
This book presents a broad overview of the issues related to the flow of particles in suspensions. Chapters cover the newest research in advanced theoretical approaches and recent experimental techniques. Topics include macroscopic transport properties, the mechanics of capsules and cells, hydrodynamic diffusion and phase separation.
Table of ContentsJ. Blawzdziewicz: Structure and Transport Properties of Colloidal Suspensions in Stationary Shear Flow • D. Lhuillier: The Macroscopic Modelling of Multi-Phase Mixtures • D. Barthes-Biesel: Suspensions of Capsules • Ch. Maldarelli, Wei Huang: The Effect of Surfactants on the Motion of Bubbles and Drops • U. Schaflinger: Laminar Transport of Solid Particles Suspended in Liquids • M. Ungarish: Recent Developments in the Analysis of Gravity and Centrifugal Separation of non-Colloidal Suspensions and Unfolding Challenges in the Classic Mechanics of Fluids