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THE TERMS IN THE MOMENTUM EQUATIONS
"... The features of the terms in the timeaveraged momentum equation for the solid phase are examined for three CFB units ranging from a laboratoryscale unit to a small CFB boiler. The CFD simulations were based on the Eulerian granular model of the Fluent software. The timeaveraged terms calculated d ..."
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The features of the terms in the timeaveraged momentum equation for the solid phase are examined for three CFB units ranging from a laboratoryscale unit to a small CFB boiler. The CFD simulations were based on the Eulerian granular model of the Fluent software. The timeaveraged terms calculated
I Momentum equation:
, 2010
"... analysis of some staggered schemes for the compressible stationary barotropic ..."
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analysis of some staggered schemes for the compressible stationary barotropic
The momentum equation for axisymmetric flow
, 1964
"... E x p e r i m e n t s on injection into an incompress ib le turbulent boundary layer by ..."
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E x p e r i m e n t s on injection into an incompress ib le turbulent boundary layer by
Impulse and Momentum Equations Linear Momentum
"... In lecture L9, we saw the principle of impulse and momentum applied to particle motion. This principle was of particular importance when the applied forces were functions of time and when interactions between particles occurred over very short times, such as with impact forces. In this lecture, we e ..."
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In lecture L9, we saw the principle of impulse and momentum applied to particle motion. This principle was of particular importance when the applied forces were functions of time and when interactions between particles occurred over very short times, such as with impact forces. In this lecture, we
On irregular weak solutions of the energymomentum equations
"... Irregular mappings that are weak solutions of the energymomentum equations are presented. One example is discontinuous at a countable number of points while the other is C 1 , but not C 2 . These mappings are not solutions of the usual EulerLagrange equations. ..."
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Irregular mappings that are weak solutions of the energymomentum equations are presented. One example is discontinuous at a countable number of points while the other is C 1 , but not C 2 . These mappings are not solutions of the usual EulerLagrange equations.
NOTULES HYDRAULIQUES APPLICATION OF MOMENTUM EQUATION IN THE HYDRAULIC JUMP
"... which simplifies to: ..."
Relationship between Continuity and Momentum Equation in Two Dimensional Flow
"... In this paper a quantitative discussion on a theory describing the relationship between the continuity and momentum equation in two dimensional flow together with the momentum equation in vectorial form: qgpdt dq 2∇++−∇ = μρρ, on expanding ()q. * ∇ ∇ in cylindrical polar coordinates, the end result ..."
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In this paper a quantitative discussion on a theory describing the relationship between the continuity and momentum equation in two dimensional flow together with the momentum equation in vectorial form: qgpdt dq 2∇++−∇ = μρρ, on expanding ()q. * ∇ ∇ in cylindrical polar coordinates, the end
On Discerning Dynamical Structure from the OnceIntegrated Momentum Equation
, 2007
"... A critical initial step in multiscale/singular perturbationtype studies of the mean flow structure of steady wallbounded turbulent flows involves determining the appropriately reduced, asymptotically approximate, forms of the mean momentum equation such that they accurately reflect the dynamics o ..."
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A critical initial step in multiscale/singular perturbationtype studies of the mean flow structure of steady wallbounded turbulent flows involves determining the appropriately reduced, asymptotically approximate, forms of the mean momentum equation such that they accurately reflect the dynamics
Unexpected Results on the Integral Form of the Boundary Layer Momentum Equation
"... Abstract: In this article, a further investigation on the integral solution of the boundary layer momentum equation, which is originally concerned by von Karman and Pohlhausen, is done. According to various profiles that we suggest, an analysis on the errors in values of the boundary layer thickness ..."
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Abstract: In this article, a further investigation on the integral solution of the boundary layer momentum equation, which is originally concerned by von Karman and Pohlhausen, is done. According to various profiles that we suggest, an analysis on the errors in values of the boundary layer
Loopy belief propagation for approximate inference: An empirical study. In:
 Proceedings of Uncertainty in AI,
, 1999
"... Abstract Recently, researchers have demonstrated that "loopy belief propagation" the use of Pearl's polytree algorithm in a Bayesian network with loops can perform well in the context of errorcorrecting codes. The most dramatic instance of this is the near Shannonlimit performanc ..."
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. That is, we replaced the reference to >.� ) in and similarly for 11"�) in Equation 3, where 0 :::; J.l :::; 1 is the momentum term. It is easy to show that if the modified system of equations converges to a fixed point F, then F is also a fixed point of the original system (since if>.� ) = >
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