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The interplay among neutrinos and subject is an instance of the kind categorized as susceptible, and such interactions additionally enable many uncomplicated particle decays and the beta decay of the nuclei. the improvement of gauge theories has supplied the foundation for an entire and constant account of vulnerable interactions, while exhibiting their harmony with electromagnetism.
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T. LAHEY AND D. A. k (rl/P l Ai") + (rl/P1Ai" )2]/2 (132a) and e 2i h g + [U~ + 2 u • n (r /p A~") + (r2/p2A~,,)2]/2 -1 -i -k 2 2 1 1 (132b) in which saturated conditions are assumed at the interface. The interfacial heat fluxes can be modelled as. q" (133 ) k, 1 where the interfacial heat transfer coefficient (H'k) depends on the flow regime. 5 - v -1 I (134c) Since the vapor phase is essentially saturated for one component bubbly flow, the interfacial heat transfer coefficient, Hi2 , is often taken to be a very large value.
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That is, (68) Using the time-averaging defined in equation (66), the time and volume averaged conservation equations can be readily derived. It should be noted that space~and time-averaging is known (1) to be commutative, thus the order of these operations is immaterial. This point will be discussed further in Section 6. A. Three-dimensional Space and Time Averaged Mass Conservation Equation From Equations d at B. [Bk
] + (36) and (66), we obtain 1 V V· [V Bk
] = r k (69) • Three-dimensional Space and Time Averaged Momentum Conservation Equation From Equations (52) and (66) we obtain d dt S' -k w w I I + -1 V • [Bk<~k>] + Bk
+ r ~kir + ~~d k k V i + ~~d w + ~~ + w <1 > • =k i SI I -k i I (70) 23 THREE-DIMENSIONAL CONSERVATION EQUATION C.