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Thermodynamic and transport properties of gases for use in solid oxide fuel cell modelling
Abstract Data are provided and estimation methods presented for the calculation of specific heat capacities, viscosities, thermal conductivities and diffusion coefficients for both pure componentsExpand
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Three-dimensional simulation of chemically reacting gas flows in the porous support structure of an integrated-planar solid oxide fuel cell
The behaviour of an integrated-planar solid oxide fuel cell (IP-SOFC) strongly depends on the reactive diffusive flows within its porous support structure. Fuel is transported through the porousExpand
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Modelling of multi-component gas flows in capillaries and porous solids
Abstract The paper presents a derivation of the governing equations for multi-component convective-diffusive flow in capillaries and porous solids starting from a well-defined model and clearExpand
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The condensation and evaporation of liquid droplets at arbitrary Knudsen number in the presence of an inert gas
Abstract A new set of equations describing the growth and evaporation of stationary liquid droplets in a mixture of pure vapour and inert gas is presented. The equations, which model the heat andExpand
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Experimental validation of condensing flow theory for a stationary cascade of steam turbine blades
The paper describes a detailed experimental and theoretical study of non-equilibrium condensing steam flow in a stationary cascade of turbine blades operating transonically. Instrumentation wasExpand
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The calculation of inertial particle transport in dilute gas-particle flows
Abstract The paper describes a new time-marching method for calculating two-dimensional, dilute, non-turbulent, gas-particle flows using an Eulerian formulation. The method is accurate and robust,Expand
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Modeling the Air-Cooled Gas Turbine: Part 2—Coolant Flows and Losses
This paper is Part II of a study concerned with developing a formal framework for modeling air-cooled gas turbine cycles. It deals with the detailed specification of coolant flowrates and losses. ForExpand
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Classical Nucleation Theory and Its Application to Condensing Steam Flow Calculations
Abstract The paper discusses the classical theory of the homogeneous nucleation of water droplets from supersaturated vapour and its application in predicting condensation in steam nozzles. The firstExpand
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The effect of turbine blade cooling on the cycle efficiency of gas turbine power cycles
A thermodynamic cycle analysis computer code for the performance prediction of cooled gas turbines has been used to calculate the efficiency of plants with varying combustor outlet temperature,Expand
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Thermophoresis of a Spherical Particle: Reassessment, Clarification, and New Analysis
The thermophoretic force acting on a spherical particle depends on the Knudsen number and the particle-to-gas thermal conductivity ratio, and it can be estimated using various analytical andExpand
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