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Computational Fluid Mechanics in R&D on Uranium Enrichment

  • Soubbaramayer
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Abstract

The contributions of MAURICE HOLT to Computational Fluid Mechanics represent a gigantic monument. This symposium is a natural occasion to every participant to focus the light on some particular stone of that architecture. In the present paper, I want to make a flashback on one among his thousand contributions and to indicate the future evolution of the topics.

Keywords

Liquid Pool EKMAN Layer Uranium Enrichment Countercurrent Flow Uranium Hexafluoride 
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