Multiphase Flow 1995
A. Serizawa, T. Fukano, J. Bataille
Newnes, Dec 2, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 820 pages
There is increasing world-wide interest in obtaining an understanding of various multiphase flow phenomena and problems in terms of a common language of multiphase flow. This volume contains state-of-the-art papers which have been contributed from all over the world by experts working on all aspects of multiphase flows. The volume also highlights international technology-sharing in the fields of energy, environment and public health, in order to create a brighter and sustainable future for man and for all life in the next century. It is intended that this volume will serve as a major source of literature for the advancement of multiphase flow and allied fields.
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