Environmental and Civil Engineering
Realistic models of energy systems demand the treatment of installations and their flowing surroundings together, more so when the installations are large and their spheres of impact greater. The interface between energy systems and the environment is formed by flows, environmental flows. In the opening sections of this chapter we review the fundamentals of some of the most important types of flows that govern the behavior of environmental fluids (air, water) and fluid-saturated porous media.
KeywordsPorous Medium Rayleigh Number Aerosol Particle Flow Resistance Pore Solution
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