thermodiffusion


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thermodiffusion

[¦thər·mō·di′fyü·zhən]
(physical chemistry)
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They cover fractional Van der Pol oscillation, fractional Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics with memory, fractional relaxation-oscillation phenomena, fractional calculus and long-range interactions, the dynamics of nonlinear systems with power-law memory, fractional viscoelasticity, relationships between one-dimensional and space fractals and fractional integrals and their applications in physics, thermodiffusion in a deformable solid: fractional calculus approach, fractional generalization of gradient mechanics, applying fractional calculus to fractal media, and fractional-order constitutive equations in mechanics and thermodynamics.
we designate apparatus to measure heat conduction, Thermodiffusion, And specific heat performance of different materials in a wider range and for a very short time.
Experimental studies [10, 28] have also revealed that P segregations can be formed under neutron irradiation at sufficiently low temperature (T = 50[degrees]C) when thermodiffusion of phosphorus is very small.
It was also reported that thermophoresis (also called thermodiffusion, thermomigration, the Ludwig-Soret effect, or the Sort effect), which is a phenomenon exhibited in a mixture of particles that tends to response differently to the force of a temperature gradient, can influence the effective thermal conductivity of nanofluids at high temperatures, but such theory was never proven by any of the published literature up to now [229, 230].
Soret diffusion, or also known as thermal diffusion, and Dufour diffusion, also known as thermodiffusion [14], are important in both Newtonian and non-Newtonian connective heat and mass transfer, and they are often encountered in chemical process engineering and in high-speed aerodynamics.
Malmsjo, "Measurements of wound edge microvascular blood flow during negative pressure wound therapy using thermodiffusion and transcutaneous and invasive laser Doppler velocimetry," Wound Repair and Regeneration, vol.
The results presented in this paper will be very helpful for researchers concerned with material science, designers of new materials, and low-temperature physicists, as well as for those working on the development of a theory of hyperbolic propagation of hyperbolic thermodiffusion. Study of the phenomenon of nonhomogeneity, rotation, magnetic field, and diffusion is also used to improve the conditions of oil extractions.
Such system becomes unstable when heated from below and generates solute concentration gradient known as the Soret effect, which is characterized by the separation parameter N, proportional to the thermodiffusion coefficient.
A coupled quasi- stationary problem of thermodiffusion for an elastic cylinder.
Thermodiffusion Flows in Solid with a Dominant Constituent, Mitteilungen aus dem Institut fur Mechanik, Nr 44, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum.