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By David P. Landau, Kurt Binder

I agree that it covers loads of themes, lots of them are vital. they really comprise even more themes within the moment variation than the 1st one. besides the fact that, the authors seldomly speak about one subject greater than a web page. it truly is like examining abstracts of papers. So in the event you already understand the stuff, you do not need this booklet. simply opt for a few papers (papers are at the very least as much as date). in case you have no idea whatever approximately Monte Carlo sampling, this booklet won't assist you an excessive amount of. So do not waste your cash in this publication. Newman's ebook or Frenkel's booklet is far better.

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15, 150. 2001 11:33AM Fluidization-dynamics Epstein, N. (1989). On tortuosity and the tortuosity factor in flow and diffusion through porous media. Chem. Eng. , 44, 777. Ergun, S. A. (1949). Fluid flow through randomly packed columns and fluidized beds. Ind. Eng. , 41(6), 1179. G. P. (1983). A unified model for particulate expansion of fluidized beds and flow in porous media. Chem. Eng. , 38, 1251. P. U. (1985). Generalised friction factor and drag coefficient correlations for fluid± particle interactions.

E. N. (1960). Transport Phenomena. Wiley. C. (1937). Fluid flow through a granular bed. Trans. Inst. Chem. , 15, 150. 2001 11:33AM Fluidization-dynamics Epstein, N. (1989). On tortuosity and the tortuosity factor in flow and diffusion through porous media. Chem. Eng. , 44, 777. Ergun, S. A. (1949). Fluid flow through randomly packed columns and fluidized beds. Ind. Eng. , 41(6), 1179. G. P. (1983). A unified model for particulate expansion of fluidized beds and flow in porous media. Chem. Eng. , 38, 1251.

2001 11:32AM Single particle suspension The forces acting on the particle are the result of fluid±particle interaction fI and gravity fg . Under conditions of equilibrium, we have: fI ‡ fg ˆ 0: …2:1† For the case of essentially spherical particles and Newtonian fluids, ut can be readily estimated from this relation over the entire flow regime of relevance to the fluidization process. The creeping flow regime A rigorous solution exists for fI for the limiting condition of very low fluid flow rates around a sphere ± in which the fluid streamlines follow the contours of the sphere, with no separation at the upper surface (the so called creeping flow regime).

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