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" Now the rate of this diffusion has been shown from various considerations to depend on two things : — • 1. The natural internal diffusion of the fluid when at rest. 2. The eddies caused by visible motion which mixes the fluid up and continually brings... "
Bulletin - Page 88
1912
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Proceedings of the Literary and Philosophical Society of ..., Volumes 13-15

Natural history - 1874
...temperature between the fluid and the surface. This assumption is fundamental to what I have to say, and is based on the molecular theory of fluids. Now the...natural internal diffusion of the fluid when at rest. * Traite dc la Chalear, Peclet, Vol. I., p. 383. 8 2. The eddies caused by visible motion which mixes...
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London: Containing papers ...

Mathematics - 1898
...the surface. Professor REYNOLDS further points out that the rate of this diffusion will depend on — (1.) The natural internal diffusion of the fluid when...bring fresh particles into contact with the surface, and that the combined effect of these two causes may be expressed as follows : — H = At + B/w< (1),...
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The Steam engine and gas and oil engines: a book for the use of students who ...

John Perry - Science - 1899 - 646 pages
...temperature between the fluid and the surface. This assumption is fundamental to what I have to say, and is based on the molecular theory of fluids. Now the...rest. 2. The eddies caused by visible motion which mixes the fluid up and continually brings fresh particles into contact with the surface. The first...
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Papers on Mechanical and Physical Subjects, Volume 1

O. Reynolds - Ether (Space) - 1900
...temperature between the fluid and the surface. This assumption is fundamental to what I have to say, and is based on the molecular theory of fluids. Now the...rest. 2. The eddies caused by visible motion which mixes the fluid up and continually brings fresh particles into contact with the surface. The first...
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The Steam engine and gas and oil engines: a book for the use of students who ...

John Perry - Science - 1900 - 646 pages
...temperature between the fluid and the surface. This assumption is fundamental to what I have to say, and is based on the molecular theory of fluids. ... Now the rate of this diffusion has l>een shown from various consideration* to depend on two things : — 1. The natural internal diffusion...
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The Practical Physics of the Modern Steam Boiler

Frederick John Rowan - Steam-boilers - 1903 - 638 pages
...temperature between the fluid and the surface. This assumption is fundamental to what I have to say, and is based on the molecular theory of fluids. " Now,...from various considerations to depend on two things : — " i. The natural internal diffusion of the fluid when at rest. " 2. The eddies caused by visible...
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Heat Transmission by Radiation, Conduction and Convection

Robert Royds - Heat - 1921 - 238 pages
...temperature between the fluid and the surface. This assumption is fundamental to what I have to say, and is based on the molecular theory of fluids. Now the...rest. 2. The eddies caused by visible motion which mixes the fluid up and continually brings fresh particles into contact with the surface. The first...
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