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Constitutive relationships and models in continuum theories of multiphase flows
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Rand Decker|
|Series||NASA conference publication -- 3047|
|Contributions||Decker, Rand, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division|
|The Physical Object|
This book collects the theoretical derivation of a recently presented general variational macroscopic continuum theory of multiphase poroelasticity (VMTPM), together with its applications to consolidation and stress partitioning problems of interest in several applicative engineering contexts, such as in geomechanics and biomechanics. This functional relationship stands in accord with the usual theories of multiphase flow in porous media. Observe that, in a system where three fluids W, N, A are present, only two capillary pressure functions can be independent. FLOW EQUATIONS We are now in a position to combine the balance laws and constitutive equations to.
The paper presents a linear stability analysis of cohesionless granular materials during rapid shear flow. The analysis is based on the governing equations developed in the kinetic theory of Lun et al. () for granular flows of smooth, nearly elastic, uniform spherical particles. C. Theory and Model Development – 2 Near-Term (by ) Mid-Term (by ) 5. Understand the cause and effects of particle clustering 9IIT, Princeton 6. Constitutive relations for continuum models from discrete models 9Iowa State, CCNY, Princeton, Pittsburgh, CMU 7. Gas-liquid and gas-liquid-solids flow-regimes and constitutive relations 5.
The book is introductory, by no means does it claim any completeness and state of the art in such a dynamically developing field as numerical and constitutive modelling of soils. The author gives basic understanding of conventional continuum mechanics approaches to constitutive modelling, which can serve as a foundation for exploring more. book for a discussion of porous bed modeling concerns. The next important milestone in the development of two-phase flow continuum mechanics theory was the development and use of equations of dusty gases in the 's. Models for dusty gases are summarized by Marble (). Chemical processing in fluidized beds gave an urgency to the.
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Get this from a library. Constitutive relationships and models in continuum theories of multiphase flows: proceedings of a workshop sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Universities Space Research Association, and held at George C.
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Alabama, April[Rand Decker; United States. Get this from a library. Constitutive relationships and models in continuum theories of multiphase flows.
[Rand Decker; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.;]. A specific nonlinear constitutive relationship was assigned to each bone material.
The four-parameter, bilinear constitutive model was used to describe the nonlinear constitutive relationship of each bone material (Gong et al.,).Four parameters in the constitutive model were tensile yield strain (ε t T), compressive yield strain (ε c T), pre-yield Young’s modulus (E), and post.
As multiscale structures are inherent in multiphase flows, constitutive models employed in conjunction with transport equations for momentum, species, and energy are scale dependent. We suggest that this scale dependency can be better quantified through deep learning techniques and formulation of transport equations for additional quantities such as drift velocity and analogies for species Cited by: multiphase flows.
A simplified theory can be used for stratified flows but principles of continuum m echanics for a single phase are models, mixture theory requires constitutive relations. Gas-solid fluidization technology has been commercialized in many industrial applications since its implementation in the fluid catalytic cracking pro.
The authors will first provide a brief overview of the significance of gas-solids reacting flows and the challenges in modeling these systems along with various efforts undertaken by different groups over the last 2–3 decades.
They will then summarize the methods used to derive multiphase continuum models and to formulate constitutive equations.
Employing the proposed conceptual framework, here we develop a novel multiphase flow simulator for macroscopic porous media, where the new constitutive relationships for both capillary pressure and relative permeability consistently link the continuum model to the microscopic state of fluid phases in a porous medium of a given microstructure.
¾Write a general form for a closed multiphase flow model ¾Consider an air-water system and write a ¾A predictive tool to determine constitutive ¾A significant means to close new continuum-scale theories for multiphase flow ¾An important way of understanding the. A model of dilute gas-solid flow in vertical risers is developed in which the particle phase is treated as a granular material, the balance equations for rapid granular flow are modified to incorporate the drag force from the gas, and boundary conditions, based on collisional exchanges of momentum and energy at the wall, are employed.
In this model, it is assumed that the particle fluctuations. Abstract. A thermodynamical model of continuous media based on second gradient theory is able to study the motions in fluid interfaces. We present a review of some results obtained with the internal capillarity theory for the boundary conditions of such media, the problem of microscopic drops and bubbles and the waves in the vicinity of the critical point of a pure fluid.
The numerical results are compared with those of full two-fluid model (FTFM, i.e., the two-fluid model using the kinetic theory for granular flow to close solid phase stress term), as well as.
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Abstract The PhD thesis aims to develop a model for multiphase flow of a viscoelastic fluid through a porous medium saturated by one or two other fluids. Essentials of Multiphase Flow and Transport in Porous Media - Kindle edition by Pinder, George F., Gray, William G.
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Abstract. A two-fluid two-phase flow model is presented. The conservation equations for the two-phase mixture of fluids are derived from the theory of multiphase mixtures where the field equations for each phase are obtained by carrying out volume averaging of the macroscopic field equations of each phase over an arbitrary volume region in space.
The first part presents the theory of non-equilibrium thermodynamics, reviewing its essential features and showing, when possible, some applications.
The second part of this book deals with how the general theory can be applied to model multiphase flows and, in particular, how to determine their constitutive. Multiphase Flows A large number of ﬂows encountered in nature and technology are a mix-ture of phases.
Physical phases of matter are gas, liquid, and solid, but as a continuum by solving the time-averaged Navier-Stokes equations, Choosing a Multiphase Model kinetic theory.
Momentum exchange between the phases is also depen. Based on the thermodynamics of the multiphase mixture, appropriate constitutive equations are formulated.
It is shown that the present theory leads to the extension of Darcy’s law and contains, as its special case, Biot’s () theory of saturated poro-elastic media. The special case of gas-liquid flows in porous media is discussed.
Constitutive relationships and models in continuum theories of multiphase flows: proceedings of a workshop sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Universities Space Research Association, and held at George C.
Marshall Space. The book then addresses balance laws, constitutive relations, and constitutive theory. Finally, the book presents an approach to multiconstituent continua based on mixture theory to illustrate how phenomena, such as diffusion and porous-media flow, obey continuum-mechanical principles.
The work presented follows on from a previous study in which a kinetic approach was used to generate the continuum equations for a dilute dispersed phase of noncolliding particles in a nonuniform turbulent flow. Here this approach is used to derive forms for the Reynolds stresses and the fluctuating interphase momentum transfer for particles at equilibrium in a bounded simple shear flow; the.Modern soil mechanics (geotechnical engineering) was developed as a branch of civil engineering from the 's.
While modern porous media physics was developed as a branch of physics and applied mathematics from roughly the same period of time. In soil mechanics the main concern is often on the deformations, resulting from mechanical, hydraulic, or thermal actions.J.
C. Parker and R. J. Lenhard. A model for hysteretic constitutive relations governing multiphase flow 1. Saturation-pressure relations. Water Resources Research, 23(12)–, Google Scholar.