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Old   September 20, 2000, 00:54
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Abhijit Tilak
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Hello

I am intrested in getting hold on some good Journal papers on Multi-Fluid Model proposed by Prof Spalding. Can anybody give the references. thanx abhijit
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Old   September 20, 2000, 05:11
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Sergei Zhubrin
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The most recent hard-copy publications on MFM are the papers in PHOENICS Journal of CFD as follows:
  1. S.V.Zhubrin, "Concentration Fluctuatuons in Confined Jet: Multi- fluid Approach", PHOENICS Journal of CFD & its applications, volume 12, No1, pp 49-58 Abstract
  2. S.V.Zhubrin, "Multi-fluid Model Applied to Confined Diffusion Flame" PHOENICS Journal of CFD & its applications, volume 12, No1, pp 79-94 Abstract
The papers can be ordered on-line via cfdSHOP.


The full account of current status of Mult-Fluid Model and its engineering applications with all existing references to Web based articles, lectures and documenations can be found in the presentation made by <a href ="http://www.simuserve.com/mfm/">D.B. Spalding and S.V. Zhubrin</a> at VIII International PHOENICS conference in May 2000.

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Sergei Zhubrin.
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