The characteristics of an electric arc in a turbulent gas flow are studied. Relationships for calculating turbulent transport are presented.
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Rubtsov, N.A., Ogurechnikova, N.M. Calculation of electric arc interaction with a turbulent gas flow. Journal of Engineering Physics 54, 373–378 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00871105
- Statistical Physic
- Turbulent Transport