# Heat Transfer in Dispersions

## Descrição

The book presents methods developed for engineering solutions of the multiple problems in heat and mass transfer and electrical discharge in heterogeneous and multiphase media of different structure and different conditions. The transport phenomena in chemical phase transitions are presented in a manner applicable to the chemical, mining, metallurgical, energy generation, and other widely used technological fields.

275 pages, © 2005

## Table of contents:

I Heat Transfer Equations

I.1 Equations of the Two-Temperature Model

I.2 Heat Transfer in Systems with Perceptible Thermal Inertia of the Solid Phase

I.3 Configuration Ensembles of Particles of a Granular System

I.4 The Phase Means and Their Properties

I.5 Fluctuations of Functions about Their Mean Values

I.6 Derivation of Equations of the Two-Temperature Model

II Attaining Closure of the Equations of Heat Transfer

II.1 Steady-State Transfer of Heat in a Low-Concentration Disperse System

II.2 Hierarchy of Heat Transfer Equations and the Group-Expansions Technique

II.3 The Self-Consistent Model and the Multipole Expansions

II.4 The Problem of the Test Particle

II.5 The Conditional Concentration of the Dispersed Phase near the Test Particle

III The Effective Steady-State Thermal Conductivity

III.1 Adaptation of Elementary Models

III.2 Conductivity of Materials with Spherical Particles

III.3 Conductivity of Materials with Ellipsoidal Particles

III.4 Effect of Macroscopic Inhomogeneity

III.5 Thermal Conductivity of Gas Dispersions

IV.1 Skeleton Conductivity of a Quiescent Granular Bed

IV.2 Contact Conductivity in a System of Fluctuating Particles

IV.3 Steady-State Thermal Conductivity of a Granular Bed of Contacting Particles

IV.4 Effect of Particle Roughness and of Surface Conductivity

IV.5 Certain Features of Contact Conductivity

V Transient Heat Conduction

V.1 Heating of a Granular Bed by a Solid Wall

V.2 The Method of Equivalent Equations

V.3 Reducing the Two-Temperature Model to an Equivalent Equation

V.4 Relaxation Effects Caused by Interphase Heat Transfer

V.5 Transient Transfer with Allowance for Relaxation and Dispersion

VI Potential for Extending the Theory

VI.1 Equation of Mass Transfer in a Dispersion with Heterogeneous Transformations

VI.2 Mass Transfer with Absorption on Particles

VI.3 Effect of Variation in Particle Dimensions

VI.4 Macrokinetics of Diffusion Transformation in a Metal with Foreign-Phase Inclusions

VI.5 Diffusion Transport in Materials with Traps

VI.6 High-Frequency Dispersion of Electromagnetic Waves in Heterogeneous Media