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## Brinkman number

Brinkman number is the ratio between heat produced by viscous dissipation and heat transported by molecular conduction.

Brinkman number is the ratio between heat produced by viscous dissipation and heat transported by molecular conduction.

In fluid dynamics the, Bond number (Bo) is the ratio of gravitational to capillary forces. It is also called Eötvös number (Eo).

The Blake number is the ratio of inertial force to viscous force. It is used in momentum transfer and for the flow of fluid through a solid bed.

The Biot number (Bi) is the ratio of the thermal resistances inside of a body and at the surface of a body. The Biot number is defined as: Characteristic length can be estimated as:

Bejan number used in thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Thermodynamics Dejan Number The Bejan number is the ratio of heat transfer irreversibility to total irreversibility due to heat transfer and fluid friction. It can be represented by: Heat Transfer Bejan Number The Bejan number is the dimensionless pressure drop along a Read more…

Other names include n-Butyl isocyanide, Butyl isocyanide, and 1-isocyanobutane. CAS no: 2769-64-4 Properties Generic Properties Critical Properties Temperature Dependent Properties Specific Heat The specific heat at constant pressure can be calculated with the formula: Heat of Formation The heat of formation can be calculated with the formula: Viscosity The viscosity Read more…