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Mesoscopic predictions of the effective thermal conductivity for microscale random porous media.
By using the present lattice Boltzmann algorithm along with the structure generating tool QSGS, the effective thermal conductivities of porous media with multiphase structure and stochastic complex geometries are predicted, without resorting to any empirical parameters determined case by case.
Critical Reviews in Solid State and Materials Sciences
a State Key Laboratory for Modification of Chemical Fibers and Polymer Materials, College of Materials Science and Engineering, Donghua University, Shanghai, China b Nanomaterials Research Center,
A highly sensitive humidity sensor based on a nanofibrous membrane coated quartz crystal microbalance.
A novel humidity sensor was fabricated by electrospinning deposition of nanofibrous polyelectrolyte membranes as sensitive coatings on a quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) exhibiting high sensitivity and good linearity, and the resultant sensors exhibited a good reversible behavior and good long term stability.
Momentum-exchange method in lattice Boltzmann simulations of particle-fluid interactions.
The physical cause of this problem is revealed and it is found that the initial momentum of the net mass transfer through boundaries in the moving-boundary treatment is not counted in the conventional momentum exchange method.
Heat transport in two-dimensional materials by directly solving the phonon Boltzmann equation under Callaway's dual relaxation model
The single mode relaxation time approximation has been demonstrated to greatly underestimate the lattice thermal conductivity of two-dimensional materials due to the collective effect of phonon