Springer Wien NewYork, 2012. VIII, 176 p. — ISBN 978-3-7091-1226-7 — (CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences. CISM Courses and Lectures, vol. 538).Only book describing the application of the diffuse interface method to multiphase flow modeling Application to micro-engineering is stressed Interfacial phenomena are explained from first principlesMultiphase flows are typically described assuming that the different phases are separated by a sharp interface, with appropriate boundary conditions. This approach breaks down whenever the lengthscale of the phenomenon that is being studied is comparable with the real interface thickness, as it happens, for example, in the coalescence and breakup of bubbles and drops, the wetting and dewetting of solid surfaces and, in general, im micro-devices. The diffuse interface model resolves these probems by assuming that all quantities can vary continuously, so that interfaces have a non-zero thickness, i.e. they are "diffuse". The contributions in this book review the theory and describe some relevant applications of the diffuse interface model for one-component, two-phase fluids and for liquid binary mixtures, to model multiphase flows in confined geometries. Content Level » Research Keywords » Asymptotic Analysis - Diffuse Interface Method - Multiphase Flows - Surface Phenomena Related subjects » Engineering - Mechanical Engineering - MechanicsContent Diffuse Interface Phase separation of viscous ternary liquid mixtures Dewetting and decomposing films of simple and complex liquids Phase-Field Models
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