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Transport phenomena

In physics and engineering, transport phenomena comprise the various mechanisms by which particles or quantities move from one place to another. Three common examples are diffusion, convection, and radiation

This sub-component is divided in: fluid flow, boundary layer effects, laminar flow, turbulence.


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