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Modelling and simulation of diffusive processes : methods and applications

Author: S K Basu; Naveen Kumar, (Engineer)
Publisher: [Cham?] : Springer, [2014] ©2014
Series: Simulation foundations, methods and applications.
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Computer simulation and mathematical modelling are the most important approaches in the quantitative analysis of the diffusive processes fundamental to many physical, chemical, biological, and geological systems. This comprehensive text/reference addresses the key issues in the Modelling and Simulation of Diffusive Processes from a broad range of different application areas. Applying an holistic approach, the book  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Modelling and Simulation of Diffusive Processes
(OCoLC)870987550
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: S K Basu; Naveen Kumar, (Engineer)
ISBN: 9783319056579 3319056573 1306702399 9781306702393
OCLC Number: 877977041
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Diffusive Processes and Modeling --
Diffusion and Transport of Molecules in Living Cells --
Modeling the Diffusion and Transport of Suspended Sediment in Open Channels, Using Two-Phase Flow Theory --
Mathematical Modeling of Peristaltic Pumping of Nano-Fluids --
Numerical Study on Isotachophoretic Separation of Ionic Samples in Microfluidics --
Thermal Characterization of Non-Homogeneous Media --
Scale Dependent Porous Dispersion Resulting from the Cumulative Effects of Velocity Fluctuations --
Modeling Nitrogen Fate and Transport at the Sediment-Water Interface --
Modeling Groundwater Flow in Unconfined Aquifers --
Two-Dimensional Solute Transport from a Varying Pulse-Type Point Source --
The Problem of Futile Cycles in Metabolic Flux Modeling --
Contaminant Concentration Prediction Along Unsteady Groundwater Flow --
Wavelet-Multigrid Method for Solving Modified Reynolds Equation Modeling Synovial Fluid Flow in a Normal Human Knee Joint --
A Basic Concept on Modeling Soil Organic Carbon --
Crop Growth Simulation Modeling.
Series Title: Simulation foundations, methods and applications.
Responsibility: S.K. Basu, Naveen Kumar, editors.

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