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Analysis and Control of Mixing with an Application to Micro by Luca Cortelezzi, Igor Mezic

By Luca Cortelezzi, Igor Mezic

The research and regulate of combining is of significant curiosity as a result of power for optimizing the functionality of many stream procedures. This monograph provides a distinct assessment of the physics, arithmetic and state of the art theoretical/numerical modeling and experimental investigations of combining. It methods the topic of combining from many angles: provides theoretical and experimental effects, discusses laminar and turbulent flows, considers macro and micro scales, elaborates on merely advective and advective-diffusive flows, and considers conceptual and industrial-relevant blending units. This monograph offers an important analyzing for graduate scholars and postdoctoral researches drawn to the research of combining, and constitutes an imperative reference for mechanical, chemical and aeronautical engineers, and utilized mathematicians in universities and industries.

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