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Rarefied Gas Dynamics Fundamentals for Research and Practice von Sharipov, Felix (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 23.11.2015
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Rarefied Gas Dynamics

Aimed at both researchers and professionals who deal with this topic in their routine work, this introduction provides a coherent and rigorous access to the field including relevant methods for practical applications. No preceding knowledge of gas dynamics is assumed. Professsor Felix Sharipov graduated from the Moscow University of Physics and Technology, Faculty of Aerophysics and Space Research, and the Ural State Technical University. Since 1988 he is active in rarefied gas dynamics, since 1992 at the Federal University of Parana in Brazil. His research interests are numerical methods of rarefied gas dynamics applied to microfluidics, vacuum technology and aerothermodynamics. His group develops both probabilistic and deterministic approaches. Prof. Sharipov was organizer of numerous vacuum gas dynamics meetings, and published over a hundred journal articles, conference papers, and book chapters. He is a member of editorial board of international journal ?Vacuum?


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    Erscheinungsdatum: 23.11.2015
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9783527685530
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Rarefied Gas Dynamics

List of Symbols

characteristic size linearized scattering operator, Eq. (5.51) coefficients in model equations, Eqs. (7.44), (7.45) discretized scattering operator, Eq. (9.10) linearized scattering operators in power expansion, Eq. (5.80) amplitude of , Eq. (16.5) impact parameter, Fig. 1.2 cut-off impact parameter tensor in ellipsoidal model, Eq. (7.32) dimensionless molecular velocity, Eq. (5.2) specific heat per particle at constant pressure, Eq. (6.4) magnitude in polar coordinates, Eq. (9.18) coefficients of finite difference scheme, Eqs. (9.37), (9.47) coefficients of finite difference scheme, Eq. (9.76) potential zero distance, Eq. (1.19) specific internal energy, Eqs. (1.13), (2.24) internal energy, Eq. (1.12) kinetic energy of relative motion, Eq. (1.22) energy flow rate, Eqs. (11.75), (12.78), (13.3), velocity distribution function, Eq. (2.1) set of functions, Eq. (9.1) Maxwellian, Eq. (2.37) global Maxwellian, Eq. (5.1) reference Maxwellian, Eq. (5.28) surface Maxwellian, impermeable surface, Eq. (5.56) surface Maxwellian, permeable surface, Eq. (5.58) cumulative function, Eq. (8.3) representation of model particles, Eq. (8.26) bulk source term, Eqs. (5.34) dimensionless bulk source term, Eqs. (7.49) relative velocity, Eq. (1.20) average relative speed, Eq. (3.34) maximum relative speed center mass velocity, Eq. (8.30) dimensionless flow rate, Eqs. (15.3), (15.20) Poiseuille coefficient for short channel and tube, Eqs. (13.56), (14.16) Poiseuille coefficient for infinite channel and tube, Eqs. (11.81), (12.80), (13.5) Poiseuille coefficient for short channel and tube, Eqs. (13.60), (14.16) thermal creep coefficient for short channel, Eq. (13.56) thermal creep coefficient for infinite channel and tube, Eqs. (11.81), (12.80), (13.6) thermal creep coefficient for short channel, Eq. (13.60) perturbation function, Eq. (5.6) split part of perturbation function, Eq. (11.118) set of perturbation f

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