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Introduction to reactive gas dynamics

Author: R Brun
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.
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"In high energy gas flows, at high velocities and high temperatures, physical and chemical processes such as molecular vibrational excitation, dissociation, ionisation or various reactions take place and deeply influence the structure of the flows. The characteristic times of these processes have the same order of magnitude as aerodynamic characteristic times, so that these reactive media are generally in  Read more...
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Brun, R. (Raymond), 1932-
Introduction to reactive gas dynamics.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009
(OCoLC)260204802
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: R Brun
ISBN: 9780199552689 0199552681 9780191567810 0191567817
OCLC Number: 326709777
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 408 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents: Introduction; General Notations; Part I: Fundamental Statistical Aspects; Notations to Part I; 1 Statistical Description and Evolution of Reactive Gas Systems; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Statistical description; 1.3 Evolution of gas systems; 1.4 General properties of collisions; 1.5 Properties of collisional terms; Appendix 1.1 Elements of tensorial algebra; Appendix 1.2 Elements of molecular physics; Appendix 1.3 Mechanics of collisions; 2 Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Collisional Regimes; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Collisional regimes: generalities; 2.3 Pure gases: equilibrium regimes. 2.4 Pure diatomic gases: general non-equilibrium regime2.5 Pure diatomic gases: specific non-equilibrium regimes; 2.6 Gas mixtures: equilibrium regimes; 2.7 Mixtures of diatomic gases in vibrational non-equilibrium; 2.8 Mixtures of reactive gases; Appendix 2.1 The H theorem; Appendix 2.2 Properties of the Maxwellian distribution; Appendix 2.3 Models for internal modes; Appendix 2.4 General vibrational relaxation equation; Appendix 2.5 Specific vibrational relaxation equations; Appendix 2.6 Properties of the Eulerian integrals. 3 Transport and Relaxation in Quasi-Equilibrium Regimes: Pure Gases3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Expansion of the distribution function; 3.3 First-order solutions; Appendix 3.1 Orthogonal bases; Appendix 3.2 Systems of equations for a, b, d coefficients; Appendix 3.3 Expressions of the collisional integrals; Appendix 3.4 Influence of the collisional model on the transport terms; Appendix 3.5 Linearization of the relaxation equation; Appendix 3.6 Vibrational non-equilibrium distribution; 4 Transport and Relaxation in Quasi-Equilibrium Regimes: Gas Mixtures; 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Gas mixtures with elastic collisions4.3 Binary mixtures of diatomic gases; 4.4 Mixtures of reactive gases; Appendix 4.1 Systems of equations for a, b, l, d coefficients; Appendix 4.2 Collisional integrals and simplifications; Appendix 4.3 Simplified transport coefficients; Appendix 4.4 Alternative technique: Gross-Jackson method; Appendix 4.5 Alternative technique: method of moments; 5 Transport and Relaxation in Non-Equilibrium Regimes; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Vibrational non-equilibrium gases: SNE case; 5.3 Mixtures of reactive gases: (SNE)[sub(c)] case. Appendix 5.1 Pure gases in vibrational non-equilibriumAppendix 5.2 First-order expression of the vibrational relaxation equation; Appendix 5.3 Gas mixtures in vibrational non-equilibrium; Appendix 5.4 Expressions of g coefficients and relaxation pressure; Appendix 5.5 Vibration-dissociation-recombination interaction; 6 Generalized Chapman-Enskog Method; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 General method; 6.3 Vibrationally excited pure gases; 6.4 Extension to mixtures of vibrational non-equilibrium gases; 6.5 Reactive gases; 6.6 Conclusions on non-equilibrium flows.
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Many actual technological problems require the knowledge of the physical and chemical phenomena and processes taking place in high energy gas flows. This book presents an introductory analysis,  Read more...

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