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    Title: A numerical technique for studying the transport of pollution particles
    Other Titles: 數值方法探討污染顆粒的傳送現象
    Authors: 許文翰;Sheu, Tony W. H.;李世鳴;Lee, Shi-min
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系
    Date: 1988-11
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 15:00:17 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市 : 中國土木水利工程學會; 臺北市 : 臺灣大學工學院
    Abstract: 以SMAC 有限差分方法探討浮懸在水域上油滴顆粒的傳送現象。主要變數如速度和壓力的數值是
    由SOR 求得。計算的結果和由SI MPLER的解作比較。油滴和水粒子之間的作用力在本分析中
    不于考慮。油滴的傳送現象由其位置的改變表示。
    A simplified Marker - and- Cell finite differen'ce teChnique is presented for
    studying the transport of polluted oil particles floating on the water regime.
    The primary variables are velocities and pressure which are calculated
    iteratively via over -relaxa tion procedure. The computed res'ults are compared
    with those by SIMPLER method. The marker particles representing oil
    slicks are assumed to be massless without considering its inner feedback
    mechanism with water particles. The history of particle transport is visualized
    by the change of posit ion of marker particle.
    Relation: 第十屆海洋工程研討會論文集 = Proceedings 10th Conference on Ocean Engineering in Republic of China,頁513-527
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