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The Ultimate Fluid Model: Non-Equilibrium Modeling

The Ultimate Fluid Model: Non-Equilibrium Modeling

By Mark R. Anderson
May 24, 2019

In this blog series, I covered a lot of thermo-fluid options in engineering analysis, from the simplest perfect gas (When Perfect is Good Enough – Perfect Gas Models) and ideal liquid, (Fluid...

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The Tesla Turbine – A Solution Looking for the Right Problem

The Tesla Turbine – A Solution Looking for the Right Problem

By Barbara Shea
May 17, 2019

The great engineer, Dr. Nikola Tesla, is best known for his work with alternating current (AC) electricity, but, did you know that he patented a bladeless type of turbomachinery in 1913? Called the...

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Fluid Modeling: Liquified

Fluid Modeling: Liquified

By Mark R. Anderson
May 10, 2019

Continuing on the topic from my previous blog, Getting Real – Advanced Real Gas Models, the counterpart to the perfect gas model for liquids is the “ideal liquid” model.  The ideal liquid model is...

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Getting Real – Advanced Real Gas Models

Getting Real – Advanced Real Gas Models

By Mark R. Anderson
May 3, 2019

The Refprop program The calculations in the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Refprop program are generally considered the most accurate thermo-fluid models available.  The...

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