Category:Transport phenomena

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<nowiki>fenómeno de transporte; transzportjelenség; garraio-fenomeno; Fenòmens de transport; перанос; پدیده‌های انتقال; 输运现象; Taşınım olayı; مظہر منتقلی; transportfenomen; Процеси переносу; परिवहन परिघटना; 이동현상; преносна појава; fenomeno di trasporto; phénomène de transfert; Перанос; fenómeno de transporte; pārneses parādības; Pernašos reiškinys; Transportni pojav; Transport phenomena; fenômeno de transporte; Proses perpindahan; Zjawiska transportowe; transportfenomen; fysische transportverschijnselen; transport phenomenon; 移動現象論; Перенос; Fenómenos de transporte; ميكانيكا الحركة الحيوية; Феномени преноса; Hiện tượng vận chuyển; estudi dels sistemes d'intercanvi de massa, energia i moment; matterial energy balance; phénomène irréversible durant lequel une grandeur physique est transportée par le biais de molécules; estudio de la transferencia de cantidad de movimiento, energía y materia; exchange of mass, energy, and momentum between observed and studied systems; Partikulak edota propietateak toki batetik bestera aldarazten dituen mekanismoetako bakoitza. Higidura-kantitatearen, energiaren eta materiaren transferentzian oinarritzen dira.; meccanismo di trasporto di quantità fisiche; bestudeert transport van warmte, materie en impuls; fenomeni di trasporto; phénomène de transport; fenômenos de transporte; transport theory; transport phenomena; pārnese; pārneses norises; pārneses procesi; transporta fenomens; Fenomenos de transporte; Fenómenos de transporte</nowiki>
transport phenomenon 
exchange of mass, energy, and momentum between observed and studied systems
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In physics, chemistry, biology and engineering, a transport phenomenon is any of various mechanisms by which particles or quantities move from one place to another. Three common examples of transport phenomena are diffusion, convection, and radiation.

There are three main categories of transport phenomena:

  • Heat transfer,
  • Mass transfer, and
  • Fluid dynamics (or momentum transfer)

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