Handbook of Atomization and Sprays: Theory and Applications
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(1981), and Ph.D. He obtained his B.S. (1979), M.S. (1984) degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, where he was the recipient of two Bennet Prize awards (1981, 1983) in recognition of outstanding scholarly work in Mechanical Engineering. . Nasser Ashgriz is a professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto. Dr.
Subject areas included in the reference are droplets, theoretical models and numerical simulations, phase Doppler particle analysis, applications, devices and more. From the Back Cover The Handbook of Atomization and Sprays presents the fundamentals, as well as applied material from all fields into one thorough, comprehensive resource. The handbook also covers: -Fundamental physics of the atomization process and the theoretical models and numerical simulations of spray -Experimental techniques for spray characterization and applications, as well as mechanisms of atomization -A wide range of industrial applications including but not limited to spray coating, medical, healthcare and agricult
Atomization and sprays are used in a wide range of industries: mechanical, chemical, aerospace, and civil engineering; material science and metallurgy; food; pharmaceutical, forestry, environmental protection; medicine; agriculture; meteorology and others. Subject areas included in the reference are droplets, theoretical models and numerical simulations, phase Doppler particle analysis, applications, devices and more.. Some specific applications are spray combustion in furnaces, gas turbines and rockets, spray drying and cooling, air conditioning, powdered metallurgy, spray painting and coating, inhalation therapy, and many others. The Handbook of Atomization and Sprays will bring together the fundamental and applied material from all fields into one comprehensive source
"Kindle edition is fundamentally flawed" according to JB. This is not a review of the text as such, but of the formatting of the kindle edition. All formulas are missing and therefore the remainder of the content is difficult to judge.Do the editors even check such things before publishing?! It would seem not