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Fluid on one side is called fluid A and that on the other fluid B. The unit normal vector nA points from the discontinuity into fluid A, and nB points from the discontinuity into fluid B. Assume that there is no mass, momentum or energy within the discontinuity and that the tangential velocity component is unchanged, vAt = vBt . The mass flow across the discontinuity is conserved. ρA nA · (vA − W) + ρ B n B · (v B − W) = 0 . 86) The normal vectors may be replaced, nA = −nB = n. The tangential momentum equation yields a balance of shear forces.
0029 ç0 103 t (s) Fig. 10 Uniaxial (µu ), equibiaxial (µe ), and planar (µp1 , µp2 ) viscosities of a high-density polyethylene (HDPE) at T = 150 ◦ C. Viscosities are normalized with respect to the zero-shear viscosity. 7]. 53], and Marrucci et al. 0032 ç0 102 103 t (s) Fig. 11 Uniaxial (µu ) and equibiaxial (µe ) viscosities of a polystyrene (PS) melt. Viscosities are normalized with respect to the zero-shear viscosity.
P∂i vi dV . + Φ dV − The term representing viscous dissipation is usually replaced by defining a head loss h l . 8 Mechanical Energy Subtracting the thermal energy from the total energy yields the final general form for the compressible flow in an arbitrary region. Here the total head (1/2v2 + gZ + p/ρ) appears. , (1/2gv2 + Z + p/gρ) d dt ρ 1 2 v + gZ 2 ρn · (v − w) AR p 1 2 v + gZ + 2 ρ AR =− ρn i (vi − wi )s dS − AR − dV 1 n i qi dS T AR 1 qi ∂i T dV + T2 AR AR =− An exact expression of the second law of thermodynamics is d ρs dV dt 1 τij S ji dV .