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Influence of immigration on society
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CFD simulation of multicomponent gas flow throu...
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Master's Thesis from the year 2013 in the subject Engineering - Computer Engineering, grade: none, University of Wuppertal, course: Computational Mechanics of Engineering - Computational Fluid Dynamics, language: English, abstract: The objective of this thesis is to develop a generic CFD solver to simulate multicomponent gas transport involving multiscales. A comparative study between the mixture and Eulerian approach for multicomponent flows is done. Eulerian approach where every component has its own characteristic velocity is used in this work with reasons stated. Inter-component momentum exchange term has been modelled using Maxwell-Stefan relations. A semi-heuristic drag term for modelling porous drag is used. Temperature transport for the mixture is developed by considering an ensemble averaging method of all components for the mixture. Volume averaged form for all the equations is applied by considering fluid in presence of porous media as a pseudo-homogeneous medium. All the equations and terms mentioned are implemented in the solver. An open source CFD software OpenFOAM has been used to develop the solver. Capability of the solver to simulate diffusion dominated mass transfer has been established by using a Loschmidt tube which involves diffusion of a ternary mixture. Accuracy of 0.5% is observed for the case in comparison with analytical solution for the problem in one dimension. Validation of porous drag and energy transport has been done by using a fully developed laminar flow over two parallel plates and comparing the Nusselt numbers. The Nusselt numbers of 8.85 and 9.13 for porous and non-porous zones were observed compared to the literature values of 7.54 and 9.8. The reason for the deviations are stated.

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The Representation of London in William Blake's...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: This work is about the representation of London in William Blake's 'London' and William Wordsworth's 'Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802'. The reason for choosing these poems is the contradictoriness at first glance but at second view opens a new perspective, for the two poems complete each other to a general and detailed overview of London and its two different sights. It should display how both poets see London through different perspectives, sum up and compare these differences. One question which could arise while reading the poems could be which of the representations is more realistic for the time. Furthermore it should give an answer to the question, what the authors intended by writing the poems and discuss if there are different intentions. The analysis of the poems focuses mainly on the representation of London. The results will be compared and the questions, which were brought up in this introduction will be answered. 1. Introduction 2. The representation of London in William Blake's 'London' 3. The representation of London in 'Composed upon Westminster Bridge September 3, 1802' 4. Comparison of the representation of London in both poems 5. Conclusion 6. Bibliography 7. Appendix - Damon, Samual Foster. 1988 [1973]. A Blake dictionary. The ideas and symbols of William Blake. Hannover [etal.]: Univ. Pr. of New England. - Stillinger, Jack & Lynch, Deidre, Shauna. 'The Romantic Period'. In: W.W.Norton& Company, Inc. The Norton Anthology of English Literature. New York, London: W.W. Norton & Company, 1363 - 1884. Eightgh Edition. - Wolfreys, Julian. 1998. Writing London. The Trace of the Urban Text from Blake to Dickens. Houndmills [etal.]: PALGRAVE.

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Seamus Heaney Selected Poems
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Seminar paper from the year 2005 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1-, University of Wuppertal, 7 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: In this work I will analyse six poems, all of them are from the same poet unless the last one, which will later be useful as a comparison between one of the poems. After analysing them in detail, I will focus myself on three topics and will try to find similarities within the analysed poems. However, to be able to understand the backgrounds of each poem, I will start with a little biography from Seamus Heaney, who is responsible (the author from) for the major poems that I will analyse.

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The Representation of London in William Blake's...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: This work is about the representation of London in William Blake's 'London' and William Wordsworth's 'Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802'. The reason for choosing these poems is the contradictoriness at first glance but at second view opens a new perspective, for the two poems complete each other to a general and detailed overview of London and its two different sights. It should display how both poets see London through different perspectives, sum up and compare these differences. One question which could arise while reading the poems could be which of the representations is more realistic for the time. Furthermore it should give an answer to the question, what the authors intended by writing the poems and discuss if there are different intentions. The analysis of the poems focuses mainly on the representation of London. The results will be compared and the questions, which were brought up in this introduction will be answered. 1. Introduction 2. The representation of London in William Blake's 'London' 3. The representation of London in 'Composed upon Westminster Bridge September 3, 1802' 4. Comparison of the representation of London in both poems 5. Conclusion 6. Bibliography 7. Appendix - Damon, Samual Foster. 1988 [1973]. A Blake dictionary. The ideas and symbols of William Blake. Hannover [etal.]: Univ. Pr. of New England. - Stillinger, Jack & Lynch, Deidre, Shauna. 'The Romantic Period'. In: W.W.Norton& Company, Inc. The Norton Anthology of English Literature. New York, London: W.W. Norton & Company, 1363 - 1884. Eightgh Edition. - Wolfreys, Julian. 1998. Writing London. The Trace of the Urban Text from Blake to Dickens. Houndmills [etal.]: PALGRAVE.

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