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Annals

Interdisciplinary Transport Phenomena

Edited by Edited by Satwinder S. Sadhal (University of Southern California)
Interdisciplinary Transport Phenomena

Published: April 2009

Volume 1161

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Chapters include contributions in the biotransport phenomena and medical applications, including phenomena in physiology and medicine, targeted drug delivery, protein crystal growth, and bioporous media; transport processes in materials technology, with chapters on “container-less” processing, levitation studies, electrostatic and electromagnetic phenomena, diffusion processes, and inorganic crystal growth; space exploration technologies, including bio-responses in the space environment, combustion and space power systems, boiling phenomena in space, thermal management in space, and water reclamation technologies; interfacial phenomena and phase transitions, including drops, bubbles, particles, phase-change phenomena, surfactants, and complex fluids; and transport phenomena and properties of nanoparticles and aerosols.