Monday, November 17, 2008: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Room 109-B (Pennsylvania Convention Center)

Transport Processes (01d)

#156 - Mathematical Modeling of Transport Processes (01D04)
This session considers analytical and numerical approaches to modeling transport processes. Of particular importance are multi-scale approaches and how modeling can help uncover heretofore unrecognized elements of transport processes governing the behavior of a system.
Chair:Norman W. Loney
CoChair:Nivedita R. Gupta
3:15 PMMathematical Analysis of Boundary Singularity at the Entrance Region of Membrane Channels
Prashanth Parthasarathi, Ludwig C. Nitsche
3:36 PMBoundary Conditions In Multiphase, Porous Media, Transport Models of Thermal Food Processes with Rapid Evaporation
Amit Halder, Ashim K. Datta
3:57 PMA New Generic Modeling Approach for Gas-Solids Riser Reactor
Jun You, Rajesh Patel, Dawei Wang, Chao Zhu
4:18 PMBivariate Population Balance Model of Ethanol-Fueled Spray Combustors
Daniel E. Rosner, Manuel Arias-Zugasti
4:39 PMStudy of Microwave Combination Heating Using a Coupled Electromagnetics- Multiphase Porous Media Model
Vineet Rakesh, Ashim K. Datta
5:00 PMCoupling Micro and Macroscale in Combustion in Porous Media
Gerald Debenest, Jean-François Thovert
5:21 PMTwo Diffusions Differential Algebraic Model for Drug Eluting Stent
Pietro Santagati

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