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MODELLING OF HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER AND SURFACE PHENOMENA IN CAPILLARYPOROUS MEDIA BASED ON EQUATIONS OF TWO-PHASE FILTRATION AND SORPTION ISOTHERMS

Grinchik N.N., Gishkelyuk I.A., Kundas S.P.

A.V.Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute of NAS of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus


Citation:

Grinchik, N.N., Gishkelyuk, I.A. and Kundas, S.P., (2011) Modelling of heat and mass transfer and surface phenomena in capillaryporous media based on equations of two-phase filtration and sorption isotherms, Modern Science: Researches, Ideas, Results, Technologies, Iss. #2(7), PP. 146 - 150.


Keywords:

sorption; heat transfer; capillary; numerical investigation


Abstracts:

The mathematical model of non-stationary processes of interconnected heat and mass transport in capillary-porous media is considered. The mathematical model takes into account the influence of capillary and surface forces, the intensity of mass transfer between phases and thermocapillary flows. Based on the method of weighted residuals developed the numerical method for solving the equations of heat and moisture in capillary-porous media. The experimental verification of the proposed mathematical model of heat and moisture was done.


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