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Heat and mass transfer from aerosol bound species, for application in the solar seeded reactor. Supervisors – Prof. Yinon Rudich, Prof. Jacob Karni
A method for measuring the sherwood number of aerosols was developed, utilizing an Aerosol mass spectrometer, a thermal denuder, and a differential mobility analyzer and a condensation particle counter. The goal is to use the measured sherwood number for predicting the nusselt number through the heat to mass analogy, as described in the text.
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