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5.2 Mass flux of water vapor generate, create pdf417 none on java projects GS1 DataBar First, from the con PDF-417 2d barcode for Java tinuity equation for density of water-vapor molecules the following equation can be written, ]rv urrv cr2 rv : ]t 5:1 . The flow is assumed to be non-divergent, and rv is the water-vapor density given by rv nm. In this definition, n is the number of molecules and m is the mass of a water molecule. In addition, c is the vapor diffusivity, given more precisely as, c 2:11 10 5 T=T0 1:94 p=p00 m2 s 1 ; 5:2 .

where, T0 = 273.15 awt barcode pdf417 K and p00 = 101325 Pa. If it is assumed that u is zero so the flow is zero or stationary flow (sum of the air-flow velocity and the vapor-flow velocity) is zero, (5.

1) becomes ]rv cr2 rv : ]t 5:3 . With the steady-sta te assumption, a basic form of Fick s first law of diffusion results for the number of molecules, n, where m is a constant (similar to Rogers and Yau, 1989), r2 rv r2 nm r2 n 0: 5:4 . Assuming isotropy, PDF 417 for Java which permits the use of spherical coordinates for this problem, (5.4) becomes   1 ] ]n R2 0; 5:5 r2 n 2 R ]R ]R where R is the distance from the center of the drop. The product rule is applied to (5.

5),     R2 ] ]n 1 ] R2 ]n 2 0; R2 ]R ]R R ]R ]R which is written more precisely as   ] ]n 2 ]n 0: ]R ]R R ]R Now letting, x   ]n ; ]R. 5:6 . 5:7 . 5:8 . Vapor diffusion growth of liquid-water drops substitution of (5. 8) into (5.7) results in ]x ]R Integration of (5.

9) over R gives, ]x dR ]R Rearranging, d ln x and finally integration gives ln x 2 ln R c0 ; 5:12 2 d ln R; 5:11 2 x: R 2 5:9 . x dR: R 5:10 . where c0 is a const pdf417 2d barcode for Java ant of integration. Taking the exponential of both sides of (5.12) gives, x c00 R 2 : Now, substituting (5.

8) back into (5.13) results in ]n c00 R 2 : ]R Integrating (5.14) over dR, ]n dR c00 R 2 dR; ]R c00 c000 ; R 5:15 5:14 5:13 .

results in n R 5:16 . where c000 is anoth awt PDF417 er constant of integration. Now, the constants of integration can be determined from the boundary conditions, which are: as R approaches R1 , n approaches n1; and when R equals the drop radius, Rr , n is equal to nr. Application of these boundary conditions to (5.

16) gives n1 c00 c000 c000 ; R1 5:17 . where c00 =R1 ( c000 , so that n1 c000 . 5.2 Mass flux of water vapor Next, using the bou ndary conditions and (5.17), (5.16) is then nr Simplifying, nr Solving (5.

19) for c00 , c00 a nr From (5.17) c000 was given by c000 n1 : Thus (5.16) becomes n R Rr nr R n1 n1 : 5:22 5:21 .

c00 c000 Rr c00 n1 : Rr 5:18 . c00 n1 : Rr n1 :. 5:19 . 5:20 . Now the rate of mas swing pdf417 2d barcode s increase or decrease at the drop s surface by way of a flux of droplets toward or away from the drop can be written as dM/dt, where M is mass,   dM ]n 2 : 5:23 c4pRr m dt ]R R Rr Equation (5.22) is used to find the derivative of n with respect to R while holding R = Rr,   dM ] Rr nr n1 =R n1 ; 5:24 c4pR2 m dt ]R R Rr rearranging, ( dM ] 1 2 c4pR m Rr nr dt ]R R Now by using ]n1 0 ]R in (5.25), the following is found, dM ] 1 c4pR2 m Rr nr dt ]R R ! n1 .

R Rr ! n1 ]n1 ]R Rr R Rr ) : 5:25 . 5:26 . 5:27 . Vapor diffusion growth of liquid-water drops Taking the derivati ve gives dM c4pRr n1 dt Now we note that rv;r nr m; and rv;1 n1 m; 5:30 5:29 nr m: 5:28 . where rv,r is the v pdf417 for Java apor density at the drop s surface, and rv,1 is the uniform density. Substitution of (5.29) and (5.

30) into (5.28) gives dM c4pRr rv;1 dt rv;r ; 5:31 . which is the mass c hange owing to vapor gradients. 5.3 Heat flux during vapor diffusional growth of liquid water An analogous procedure can be followed to get a relationship dq/dt, which is the heat flux owing to temperature gradients.

Based on dq/dt, another equation for dM/dt, different from (5.31), may be written. From the continuity equation for temperature T the following equation can be written, where K is thermal diffusivity, ]T urT Kr2 T: ]t 5:32 .

Assuming again that PDF417 for Java the flow is non-divergent, and that u is zero, so the flow is zero or stationary flow (sum of the air-flow velocity and the vapor-flow velocity) is zero. Note the value for thermal conductivity k is given as k 2:43 10. 1:832 10 1:718 10. T 296:0.   1:5.  416:0 Jm T 120:0 . K 1 : 5:33 . Next, applying u = PDF-417 2d barcode for Java 0 in (5.32), ]T Kr2 T: ]t r2 T 0: 5:34 . With the steady-sta te assumption a basic Fick s law of diffusion for T results, 5:35 .
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