adiabatic flow

adiabatic flow

[¦ad·ē·ə¦bad·ik ′flō]
(fluid mechanics)
Movement of a fluid without heat transfer.
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His analysis described how the nonconservation of energy that should be conserved under adiabatic flow leads to artificial sources and sinks, which in turn lead to cold biases in climate models based on sigma, pressure, and height coordinates.
Luo, "Nonlinear diffusive phenomena of solutions for the system of compressible adiabatic flow through porous media," Journal of Differential Equations, vol.
A visual and photographic study of the inception of vaporization in adiabatic flow. ASME Transactions, June, 257-64.
These basic equations to be solved consist of the conservation of the mass (1), the momentum (2), and the energy for adiabatic flow (3) together with the ideal gas law (4).
Included in the graph are the Poiseuille relation for laminar flow, the Blasius correlation for adiabatic flow, and the recommended Filonenko correlation with the variable fluid property correction as suggested by Lienhard and Lienhard (2003).
A Numerical Method for the Study of the Adiabatic Flow of the Gas in the Radial Damper; The 13th Conference on Machine Tools University of Miskolci Egyetem, oct.
The shear heating results in about 18 and 8[degrees]F of temperalure change on the adiabatic flow wall boundary for the PBT and LLDPE cases, respectively.
Moreover, Pate and Tree (1984) did not observe metastable flow in diabatic arrangement, whereas, the metastability was observed during adiabatic flow.
They did not observe metastable flow in a diabatic arrangement, although the metastability was observed during adiabatic flow. Melo et al.
Applying the energy equation for an open system of adiabatic flow in capillary tube section 3--4,

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