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BOOK CONTENTS-




Chapter 1.INTRODUCTION TO MULTIPHASE FLOW
Chapter 2.SINGLE PARTICLE MOTION
Chapter 3.BUBBLE OR DROPLET TRANSLATION
Chapter 4.BUBBLE GROWTH AND COLLAPSE
Chapter 5.CAVITATION
Chapter 6.BOILING AND CONDENSATION
Chapter 7.FLOW PATTERNS
Chapter 8.INTERNAL FLOW ENERGY CONVERSION
Chapter 9.HOMOGENEOUS FLOWS
Chapter 10.FLOWS WITH BUBBLE DYNAMICS
Chapter 11.FLOWS WITH GAS DYNAMICS
Chapter 12.SPRAYS
Chapter 13.GRANULAR FLOWS
Chapter 14.DRIFT FLUX MODELS
Chapter 15.SYSTEM INSTABILITIES
Chapter 16.KINEMATIC WAVES