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Heat Transport in Nanofluids and Biological Tissues (Springer Theses)

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Jing Fan’s PhD research addresses the theoretical modeling and numerical computation of transport in multiphase and multiscale systems. This research explores developing a comprehensive analytical theory of bioheat transfer. Her thesis also contains two critical reviews on heat transport in nanofluids and bioheat  transfer. Therefore, this thesis provides an invaluable resource for any scientist or engineer who is interested in these fields, and is especially accessible to newcomers.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783662549926
ISBN-10: 3662549921
Pagini: 300
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Ediția: 1st ed. 2020
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria Springer Theses

Locul publicării: Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

Cuprins

1.. Background and Outline.-1.1 Heat transfer in nanofluids.-1.2 Bioheat transport.-1.3 Structure of this book.-2.. Heat Conduction in Nanofluids.-2.1 Synthesis of nanofluids.-2.2 Experimental measurements on thermal conductivity.-2.3 Mechanisms of heat conduction in nanofluids.-2.4 Models for thermal conductivity in nanofluids.-2.5 Summary and outlook.-3.. Effects of Microscale Physics on Thermal Conductivity of Nanofluids.-3.1 Modeling by volume average method.-3.2 Governing equations and numerical scheme.-3.3 Thermal conductivity of nanofluids with various microstructures.-3.6 Summary.-4.. Analytical Theory of Bioheat Transport.-6.1 Review of bioheat models.-6.2 A general bioheat model at macroscale.-6.3 Analytical solution for dual-phase-lagging bioheat equation.-6.4 Bioheat transport in skin tissue and during magnetic hyperthermia.-6.5 Summary.-7.. Concluding Remarks and Outlook.-References

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Jing Fan’s PhD research addresses the theoretical modeling and numerical computation of transport in multiphase and multiscale systems. This research explores developing a comprehensive analytical theory of bioheat transfer. Her thesis also contains two critical reviews on heat transport in nanofluids and bioheat transfer. Therefore, this thesis provides an invaluable resource for any scientist or engineer who is interested in these fields, and is especially accessible to newcomers.

Caracteristici

Nominated by The University of Hong Kong as the outstanding thesis in the field
Contributes comprehensive reviews on nanofluids and bioheat transfer
Focuses on the applications of porous media theory on two distinct areas

Explores on developing a comprehensive analytical theory of bioheat transfer