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Problems of hydrodynamics of flowing films

  • E. G. Vorontsov
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Abstract

A brief analysis is given of the works on the hydrodynamics of a flowing film. The basic model representations of a flow are considered. Possibilities of using statistical-mean wave characteristics of a film flow for further development and refinements of semiempirical theories of transfer in flowing films and design procedures for film technological apparatuses and power cooling systems are pointed out.

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Statistical Physic Model Representation Cool System Design Procedure Wave Characteristic 
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