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Old   July 6, 2004, 08:18
Default Density functional theory in hydrodynamics
Posts: n/a The density functional approach possesses the following advantages: it takes account of the structure of the interfacial region and of the surface layers the surface tension coefficients are calculated from other parameters of the model the model describes phase transitions and the flow simultaneously including the formation and the decay of phases, the condensation and the evaporation near solid surfaces the model is indifferent to the complexity of the spatial geometry of the considered phases.
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