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Through millions of years' natural selection, sharkskin has developed into a kind of drag-reducing surface. This book shows how to investigate, model, fabricate and apply sharkskin's unique surface properties, creating a flexible platform for surface and materials engineers and scientists to readily adopt or adapt for their own bio-inspired materials. Rather than inundate the reader with too many examples of materials inspired by nature, sharkskin has been chosen as the center-piece to illustrate accurate 3D digital modeling of surfaces, complete numerical simulation of micro flow field, different fabrication methods, and application to natural gas pipelining. This is a must-read for any researcher or engineer involved in bio-inspired surfaces and materials studies. Contents: Self-Cleaning and Superhydrophobic Surfaces (G G Li, Y T Zhao, L Zhang, B D Liu, Y Luo, B Y Li, E Y K Ng) Treatments and Constructing Digital Model of Biological Shark Skin/Shark (G G Li, Y T Zhao, L Zhang, Y Luo, E Y K Ng) Different Approaches to Manufacture Low Viscous Resistance Drag with Biomimetic Textures (J Wang, Y T Zhao, L Zhang, Y Luo, E Y K Ng) Different Characteristic Analysis of Drag-Reducing Surface with Biological Morphology (J Wang, Y T Zhao, L Zhang, Y Luo, E Y K Ng) Application of Biomimetic Shark Skin Surface in Natural Gas Pipelining (J Wang, Y T Zhao, L Zhang, Y Luo, E Y K Ng) Biomimetic Surfaces for Enhanced Dropwise Condensation Heat Transfer: Mimic Nature and Transcend Nature (Youmin Hou, Zuankai Wang, Shuhuai Yao) Large-Scale Fabrication of Biomimetic Drag-Reduction Surface via Bio-Replication of Shark Skin (Huawei Chen, Deyuan Zhang, Xin Zhang, Da Che) Study of Flow over Dimpled Cylinder for Drag Reduction (Tan S P, Koh J H and Ng Y K Eddie) Fluid Flow in Biomimetics Simulated Vessel Having a Grooved Surface: An Investigation of the Effect of Riblets in Drag Reduction (Guangming Hu) 3-D Modelling of Biological Systems for Biomimetics (Shujun Zhang, Donghui Chen, Kevin Hapeshi and Xu Zhang) Superhydrophobic Surfaces with Hierarchical Structures Inspired by Nature Leaves (Yuying Yan and Nan Gao) Bio-Inspired Macro-Morphologic Surface Modifications to Reduce Soil–Tool Adhesion (Peeyush Soni and Vilas M Salokhe) Application of Bio-Inspired Surfaces in Reducing Adhesion to the Surfaces of Soil-Engaging Components of Agricultural and Earth-Moving Machinery (Rashid Qaisrani and Li Jianqiao) Application of Bionic Technologies for Soil-Engaging Tillage Components in Northeast China (Ji-yu Sun, Zhi-jun Zhang, Jin Tong, and Hong-lei Jia) Readership: Materials and Surface Engineers, bioengineers specialising in surfaces and materials, Oil and Gas pipeline engineers. Key Features: Accurate 3-D digital model of sharkskin surface is constructed Numerical simulation of micro flow field on sharkskin surface is carried out completely Drag reduction mechanism of sharkskin is explored in-depth Different methods are investigated to fabricate bio-inspired surfaces Bio-inspired surface was applied into natural gas pipelining transportation

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001041865830
    • ISBN:  9789814704502

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