Finite Element Modeling Of Multiscale Transport Phenomena

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    Complex multiscale systems such as combined free or porous flow regimes and transport processes governed by combined diffusion, convection and reaction mechanisms, which cannot be readily modeled using traditional methods, can be solved by multiscale or stabilized finite element schemes.Due to the importance of the described multiscale processes in applications such as separation processes, reaction engineering and environmental systems analysis, a sound knowledge of such methods is essential for many researchers and design engineers who wish to develop reliable solutions for industrially relevant problems. The main scope of this book is to provide an authoritative description of recent developments in the field of finite element analysis, with a particular emphasis on the multiscale finite element modeling of transport phenomena and flow problem.

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    Number of Pages: 264
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9781848164291
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    Listed in: Chemical engineering
    Publisher: Imperial College Press

    Books by Vahid Nassehi

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