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Blood, urine and stomach contents (including gastric lavage fluid and vomitus) are usually used as specimens for analysis of drugs and poisons for living subjects. A blood concentration of a toxin can be an indicator for estimation of intoxication degree. Urine sometimes contains large amounts of metabolites and/or an unchanged form of a toxin; it contains low levels of proteins, which usually interfere with analysis, and thus is suitable for screening tests using immunoassays without tedious pretreatments.
This book provides a broad range of topics on fluid dynamics for advanced scientists and professional researchers. The text helps readers develop their own skills to analyze fluid dynamics phenomena encountered in professional engineering by reviewing diverse informative chapters herein.
In this chapter attention is focused on a representative volume of the reactor. This
volume contains one single fluid phase only. It is uniform in composition and
temperature. If the reactor is spatially uniform, the representative volume is the
total volume; if not, the representative volume is limited to a differential element
— a “point”.
Ethylene glycol is being widely used as solvents, lubricants and surfactants in industries; for daily necessities, it is being used as a component of cold-reserving materials and of nonfreezing coolants of automobiles. There were cases of accidental and suicidal ingestion of such fluids [1–3]. As toxic actions of ethylene glycol, suppression of central nervous system activities similar to that of alcohol and metabolic acidosis caused by glycolic acid produced from ethylene glycol can be mentioned.
Two decades ago when we wrote Spectral Methods in Fluid Dynamics (1988),
the subject was still fairly novel. Motivated by the many favorable comments
we have received and the continuing interest in that book (which will be
referred to as CHQZ1), and yet desiring to present a more modern perspective,
we embarked on the project which resulted in our recent book (Canuto
et al. (2006), referred to as CHQZ2) and the present new book (referred to
(BQ) Part 1 book "Introduction fluid mechanics" has contents: Introduction, fundamental concepts, fluid statics, basic equations in integral form for a control volume, introduction to differential analysis of fluid motion, incompressible inviscid flow, dimensional analysis and similitude, internal incompressible viscous flow.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Introduction to thermal systems engineering - Thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer" has contents: What is thermal systems engineering, evaluating proper ties, getting started in thermodynamics - introductory concepts and definitions; control volume analysis using energy; using energy and tontrol volume analysis using energy... and other contents.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Turbomachinery performance analysis" has contents: Mixed-flow and radial turbomachines; ducted propellers and fans; selected supporting fluid dynamic analysis; vorticity production in turbomachines and its influence upon meridional flows.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Fundamentals of the finite element method for heat and fluid flow" has contents: Introduction, some basic discrete systems, the finite element method, steady state heat conduction in one dimension, steady state heat conduction in multi dimensions, transient heat conduction analysis.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Introduction to fluid mechanics" has contents: Drag and lift, dimensional analysis and law of similarity, measurement of flow velocity and flow rate, measurement of flow velocity and flow rate, flow of a compressible fluid, unsteady flow, computational fluid dynamics, computational fluid dynamics.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Fluid mechanics" has contents: Introduction and basic concepts, properties of fluids, pressure and fluid statics, fluid kinematics, momentum analysis of flow systems, dimensional analysis and modeling, differential analysis of fluid flow, flow in pipes, differential analysis of fluid flow.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Fluid mechanics and thermodynamics of turbomachinery" has contents: Basic principles, dimensional analysis - Similitude, two dimensional cascades, axial flow turbines - Mean line analysis and design, axial flow compressors and ducted fans.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Fluid power with applications" has contents: control components in hydraluic systems, hydraulic circuit design and analysis, pneumatics air preparation and components, circuits and application, fluid logic control systems, electrical controls for fluid power circuits, fluid power maintenance and saftey.
(BQ) Part 2 book "Fundamentals of fluid mechanics" has contents: Dimensional analysis, similitude, and modeling; viscous flowin pipes, flow over immersed bodies, open-channel flow, compressible flow, turbomachines.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Introduction to fluid mechanics" has contents: introduction, fundamental concepts, fluid statistics, basic equations in integral form for a control volume, introduction to differential analysis of fluid motion, incompressible inviscid flow, dimensional analysis and similitud, internal incompressible viscous flow.