Governing equations for transport phenomena

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*<b>[[Differential Formulation of Governing Equations|Differential Formulation]]</b>
*<b>[[Differential Formulation of Governing Equations|Differential Formulation]]</b>
:[[Continuity Equation|Continuity]], [[Momentum Equation|momentum]], [[Energy Equation|energy]], [[Entropy Equation|entropy]], and [[Conservation of Mass Species Equation|conservation of mass species]] equations.
:[[Continuity Equation|Continuity]], [[Momentum Equation|momentum]], [[Energy Equation|energy]], [[Entropy Equation|entropy]], and [[Conservation of Mass Species Equation|conservation of mass species]] equations.
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*<b>[[Claisfications of PDE and Boundary Conditions]]</b>
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*<b>[[Classifications of PDE and Boundary Conditions]]</b>
:[[Elliptic, Parabolic and Hyperbolic Equaions|Elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic PDEs]] and [[Classification of Boundary Conditions|classification of boundary conditions]].
:[[Elliptic, Parabolic and Hyperbolic Equaions|Elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic PDEs]] and [[Classification of Boundary Conditions|classification of boundary conditions]].

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Transport phenomena, which represent transports of momentum, heat and mass, include fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer. The discussions of governing equations in the links below can be applied to Fluid Mechanics, Heat and Mass Transfer, thermal-fluids aspects of Combustion, as well as Multiphase Systems.


Lagrangian approach and Eulerian approach.
Transformation formula, continuity, momentum, energy, entropy, and conservation of mass species equations.
Continuity, momentum, energy, entropy, and conservation of mass species equations.
Elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic PDEs and classification of boundary conditions.
Conservation of mass, momentum, energy, and mass species; and supplementary conditions.
Overview, volume averaging, area averaging, and Boltzmann statistical averaging.