Monday, November 13, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Union Square 21 (Hilton San Francisco)
#140 - Mathematical Modeling of Transport Processes (01D02)
This session focuses on mathematical methods, both analytical and numerical, applied to the simulation and prediction of transport processes. The focus is more on the methods used to obtain solutions to problems in transport phenomena rather than on the phenomena themselves.
Chair:Norman W. Loney
CoChair:Nivedita R. Gupta
3:15 PMOff-Lattice Monte Carlo Simulation for Heat Transfer through Carbon Nanotube Composites
Dimitrios V. Papavassiliou, Hai M. Duong, Lloyd L. Lee, Kieran Mullen
3:29 PMEarly Time Analysis of Transport Processes
Jerry H. Meldon
3:43 PMMathematical Modeling of Percutaneous Absorption of Volatile Organic Liquids
Siladitya Ray Chaudhuri, Rachna M. Gajjar, Gerald B. Kasting, William B. Krantz
3:57 PMAnalytical Modeling of the Forced Gravity Drainage Gagd Process
Madhav M. Kulkarni
4:11 PMMathematical Modeling of New Phase Growth Due to Solute Diffusion
Jalal Abedi, Seyed Jalaladdin Hashemi
4:25 PMModeling of Non-Newtonian Reactive Systems in Tubular Reactor
Rajeev K. Garg, V. K. Srivastava
4:39 PMAnalytical and Experimental Studies of Mass Transfer and Separation of Species in a Wavy-Walled Tube by Imposed Fluid Oscillation
Gatwech Thich, Aaron M. Thomas, Ranga Narayanan
4:53 PMSimulations of Miscible Viscous Fingering Phenomena Using Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Methods
Shuyu Sun
5:07 PMModelling Wave Enhanced Mass Transfer in Falling Films Using Effective Diffusion Coefficients
André Schagen, Michael Modigell
5:21 PMPrediction of Tobacco Temperature and Oxygen Profiles in Warehouse Aging Process
Yizhou Zheng
5:35 PMAn Analogy between Chemical Reaction and Heat Transfer
Stuart W. Churchill

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