A nomogram method is suggested for representation and computation of heat- and mass-transfer processes in polycomponent systems. The nomograms are plotted with the use of mass-concentration diagrams and diagrams of target functions for thin and massive bodies, which close the temperature diagrams into a single complex, i.e., a nomogram synchronously reflecting the composite processes of energy and mass transfer in the substance with allowance for the phase and chemical transformations, cross effects, and experimentally determined processes that occur in thin bodies. The temperature, mass-concentration, and target diagrams for massive bodies characterize the development of actual technological processes. They can be used for developing programs for control over the roasting regime of refractories in advanced production processes.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 26, 2007
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