Description - Fundamentals of Multiphase Flow by Christopher Earls Brennen
This book is targeted to graduate students and researchers at the cutting edge of investigations into the fundamental nature of multiphase flows. It is intended as a reference book for the basic methods used in the treatment of multiphase flows. The subject of multiphase flows encompasses a vast field whose broad spectrum presents a problem for the experimental and analytical methodologies that might be appropriate for the reader's interests. The aim of Fundamentals of Multiphase Flow is to bring much of this fundamental understanding together into one book, presenting a unifying approach to the fundamental ideas of multiphase flows. The book summarizes those fundamental concepts with relevance to a broad spectrum of multiphase flows. It does not pretend to present a comprehensive review of the details of any one multiphase flow or technological context; references to such reviews are included where appropriate.
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Author Biography - Christopher Earls Brennen
Christopher E. Brennen is Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at the California Institute of Technology. He has published over 220 referred papers and is especially well known for his research on cavitation, on turbomachinery flows as well as on multiphase flows. He is the author of Cavitation and Bubble Dynamics, Hydrodynamics of Pumps, and has edited several other works. He has received many honors including the top awards from both the ASME and JSME Fluids Engineering Divisions; and he has also been recognized for the quality of his undergraduate and graduate teaching at Caltech.