2. Averaging relations;
3. Phasic conservation equations and interfacial balance equations;
4. Local-volume-averaged conservation equations and interfacial balance equations;
5. Time averaging of local-volume-averaged conservation equations or time-volume-averaged conservation equations and interfacial balance equations;
6. Time averaging in relation to local volume averaging and time-volume averaging versus volume-time averaging;
7. COMMIX code capable of computing detailed micro-flow fields with fine computational mesh and high-order differencing scheme;
8. Discussion and concluding remarks.
Dr William T. Sha is formerly a senior scientist at Argonne National Laboratory and the former Director of the Analytic Thermal Hydraulic Research Program and the Multiphase Flow Research Institute. He has published over 290 papers, primarily in the field of thermal hydraulics. He is the recipient of many awards, including the 2005 Technical Achievement Award from the Thermal Hydraulic Division (THD) of the American Nuclear Society (ANS), the 2006 Glenn T. Seaborg Medal, the 2007 Samuel Untermyer II Medal and the 2008 Reactor Technology Award, all from the ANS.