Geometric design of a mass transfer sensor for indoor environments using computational fluid dynamics
"Air movement and mixing can control the transport of surface-reactive pollutants from bulk air to surfaces. To further understand pollutant transport, the efficacy of measuring mass-transfer coefficients (MTC) utilizing sublimation or evaporation from a coated microbalance sensor was evaluated. For practical utility, this sensor must project from the wall surface. Therefore, the broad goal of this research is to recommend a design for the sensor enclosure that minimizes the influence of enclosure shape on the measurement itself"--Abstract, leaf iii.
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
M.S. in Environmental Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
x, 57 leaves
© 2005 Anjana Srirama, All rights reserved.
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Indoor air pollution -- Analysis
Hazardous substances -- Analysis
Fluid dynamics -- Data processing
Mass transfer -- Mathematical models
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Srirama, Anjana, "Geometric design of a mass transfer sensor for indoor environments using computational fluid dynamics" (2005). Masters Theses. 5814.
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