Heat Transfer in Disperse Systems of Various Structures and Configurations
The scientific researches of the transfer processes in disperse systems with various phisics-chemical properties assume ever greater urgency recently. It is no mere chance since with each year it is inereasedthe using of the disperse systems in the practical appendices, for example, industry, engineering, agriculture, medicine. One of the major problems of the modern physics of disperse mediums is the problem of the heat transfer, inducing problems by the thermal sources (for example, electromagnetic nature 1, 2)). Such tasks are directly connected with the problem of the management by the natural phenomena and technological processes. In particular, the derosols, formed as a result of industrial activity of man may, contain valuable substances, on the one hand, and have an harmful effect on the people and environmenton. In connection with an aggravation of the ecological situation thestudy of processes occurring in such systems, becomes a more and more essential problem. Thus, the taking place research of the perculiarities features of the transfer in disperse systems homogeneous and non-uniform on structure, various on configurations and heatphysical properties, certainly, has character. In spite of the fact that the theory of transfer in dispertion systems intensively develops last years. There are some more unsolved important problems representing significant interest, both for theoretical, and for the practical applications. Still there are unsufficiently investigating processes of the trasfer occurring in the real disperse particles and assotiations the possibility of the management by such processes.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Heat Transfer Process Collective Effect Thermal Source Final Element
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