Miscellaneous Conference Proceedings

Thirteenth Symposium On Energy Engineering Sciences.  Fluid/Thermal Processes
Systems Analysis and Control - 1995

Part 1, Pages 1 - 57, 3.87 MB
Part 2, Pages 58 - 139, 5.12 MB
Part 3, Pages 140 - 208, 4.55 MB
Part 4, Pages 209 - 275, 4.24 MB

Argonne National Laboratory

Table of Contents

Part 1, Pages 1 - 57, 3.87 MB

Technical Session 1 Fluid Mechanics I Fundamental Properties

 

1.

Viscosity of Colloidal Suspensions

1

 

 

E.G.D. Cohen (The Rockefeller Univ., New York) and I.M. de Schepper (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)

 

2.

Gelation Under Shear

7

 

 

B.D. Butler, H.J.M. Hanley, G.C. Straty, and C.D. Muzny (NIST, Boulder, CO)

 

3.

Transport Properties of Porous Media From The Microstructure

15

 

 

S. Torquato (Princeton University, Princeton, N.J.)

 

Technical Session 2 Fluid Mechanics II Two-Phase Flow

4.

NMR Studies of Multiphase Flows. II.

23

 

 

S.A. Altobelli, A. Caprihan, E. Fukushima, I.J. Lowe, and L.Z. Wang (The Lovelace Inst., Albuquerque, NM)

 

5.

Initiation of Slug Flow

31

 

 

T.J. Hanratty and B.D. Woods (Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL)

 

6.

The Drift Force On An Object In An Inviscid Weakly-Varying Rotational Flow

 

 

 

G. B. Wallis (Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH)

 

Technical Session 3 Thermal Processes

7.

Active Control of Convection

49

 

 

H.H Bau (Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA)

 

Part 2, Pages 58 - 139, 5.12 MB

8.

Effect of Steady and Time-Harmonic Magnetic Fields On Macrosegregation In Alloy Solidification

58

 

 

F.P. Incropera and P.J. Prescott (Purdue U., W. Lafayette, IN)

 

9.

Theoretical Modeling of CHF For Near-Saturated Pool Boiling And Flow Boiling From Short Heaters Using The Interfacial Lift-Off Criterion

67

 

 

I. Mudawar, J.E. Galloway, C.O. Gersey, S.J. Reed, and D.D. Hall (Purdue Univ., W. Lafayette, IN)

 

10.

Short-Pulse Laser Interactions With Disordered Materials and Liquids

69

 

 

L.M. Phinney, C.H. Longtin, and C.-L., Tien (Univ. of California, Berkeley, CA)

 

Technical Session 4 Fluid Mechanics III

11.

Studies On The Formulation of Thermodynamics And Stochastic Theory For Systems Far From Equilibrium

91

 

 

J. Ross (Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA)

 

12.

Linear Kinetic Theory And Particle Transport In Stochastic Mixtures

96

 

 

G.C. Pomraning (UCLA, Los Angeles, CA)

 

13.

Dynamics of Miscible Displacements In Round Tubes

104

 

 

E. Meiburg, T. Maxworthy, P. Petijeans, and C.-Y. Chen.  (Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA)

 

14.

Superconducting Coherence In A Vortex Line Liquid

112

 

 

T. Chen and S. Teitel (Univ. of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y.)

 

Technical Session 5 Process Analysis and Control

15.

Systematic Process Synthesis And Design Methods For Cost Effective Waste Minimization

120

 

 

L.T. Biegler, I.E. Grossman, and A.W. Westerberg (Carnegie Melton Univ., Pittsburgh, PA)

 

16.

Integrated Approaches To The Application of Advanced Modeling Technology In Process Development And Optimization

131

 

 

R.J. Allgor, W.F. Feehery, J.E. Tolsma, L.B. Evans, and P.I. Barton (MIT, Cambridge, MA)

 

Part 3, Pages 140 - 208, 4.55 MB

17.

Intelligent Control of Mixed-Culture Bioprocesses

140

 

 

D.L. Stoner, E.D. Larsen, K.S. Miller, G.F. Andrews, and J.A. Johnson (INEL, Idaho Falls, ID)

 

18.

Control of Complex Dynamics And Chaos In Distributed Parameter Systems

148

 

 

S. Chakravarti, M. Marek, and W.H. Ray (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI)

 

Technical Session 6 Fluid Mechanics IV:  Turbulence

19.

Turbulence Generation by Waves

156

 

 

D. Kaftori, X.S. Nan, and S. Banerjee (Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA)

 

20.

Numerical Simulation of High Reynolds Number Bubble Motion

164

 

 

J. B. McLaughlin (Clarkson Univ., Potsdam, NY)

 

21.

Structure And Modeling of Turbulence

172

 

 

E. A. Novikov (Univ. of Calif., San Diego, CA)

 

22.

Contaminant Dispersal In Bounded Turbulent Shear Flow

177

 

 

J.M Wallace, P.S. Bernard, K. F. Chiang, and L. Ong (Univ. of Maryland, College Park, MD)

 

23.

Anomalous Scaling of A Scalar Field Advected by Turbulence

186

 

 

R. H. Kraichnan (R.H. Kraichnan, Inc., Santa Fe, NM)

 

Technical Session 7 Fluid Mechanics V:  Chaos

24.

Convection In A Nematic Liquid Crystal With Homeotropic Alignment And Heated From Below

192

 

 

G. Ahlers (Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA)

 

25.

Modeling of Mixing Processes:  Fluids, Particulates, and Powders

202

 

 

J.M. Ottino and S. Hansen (Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL)

 

Part 4, Pages 209 - 275, 4.24 MB

26.

Spatiotemporal Patterns In A Reaction-Diffusion System And In A Vibrated Granular Bed

209

 

 

H.L. Swinney, K.J. Lee, W.D. McCormick, F. Melo, and P. Umbanhowar (Univ. of Texas, Austin, TX)

 

Technical Session 8 Materials Issues

27.

Deformation And Crack Growth Response Under Cyclic Creep Conditions

216

 

 

F.W. Brust, Jr. (Battelle Mem. Inst., Columbus, OH)

 

28.

Advanced Laser Diagnostics For Diamond Deposition Research

225

 

 

C.H. Kruger, T.G. Owano, and E. H. Wahl (Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA)

 

29.

Physical Models of Polarization Mode Dispersion

233

 

 

C.R. Menyuk and P.K.A. Wahl (Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore, MD)

 

30.

Conditions For Synchronization In Josephson-Junction Arrays

241

 

 

A.A. Chernikov and G. Schmidt (Stevens Inst. of Tech., Hoboken, NJ)

 

Technical Session 9 Plasma Processes

31.

Modeling Electronegative Plasma Discharge

247

 

 

A. J. Lichtenberg and M.A. Lieberman.  (Univ. of California, Berkeley, CA)

 

32.

Plasma Characterization Studies For Materials Processing

256

 

 

E. Pfender and J. Heberlein (Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN)

 

33.

Hydrodynamic Theory of Diffusion In Two-Temperature Multicomponent Plasmas

263

 

 

J. Ramshaw and C.H. Chang (INEL, Idaho Falls, ID)