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Molecular Physics and Hypersonic Flows

  • Mario Capitelli

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (ASIC, volume 482)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. A. Laganà, A. Riganelli, G. Ochoa de Aspuru, E. Garcia, M. T. Martinez
    Pages 35-52
  3. M. Gilibert, M. González, R. Sayós, A. Aguilar, X. Giménez, J. Hijazo
    Pages 53-84
  4. I. V. Adamovich, S. O. Macheret, J. W. Rich, C. E. Treanor, A. A. Fridman
    Pages 85-104
  5. Philip L. Varghese, David A. Gonzales
    Pages 105-114
  6. Winifred M. Huo, Helmar T. Thümmel
    Pages 115-137
  7. A. Daiß, H.-H. Frühauf, E. W. Messerschmid
    Pages 203-218
  8. G. Falcone, F. Piperno
    Pages 219-230
  9. M. Capitelli, G. Colonna, C. Gorse, D. Giordano
    Pages 293-301
  10. M. Capitelli, R. Celiberto, C. Gorse, D. Giordano
    Pages 303-321
  11. Harry Partridge, James R. Stallcop, Eugene Levin
    Pages 323-338
  12. James R. Stallcop, Harry Partridge, Eugene Levin
    Pages 339-349
  13. F. Pirani, D. Cappelletti, V. Aquilanti
    Pages 351-360
  14. B. M. Penetrante, M. C. Hsiao, J. N. Bardsley, B. T. Merritt, G. E. Vogtlin, P. H. Wallman et al.
    Pages 461-475
  15. M. J. Pinheiro, C. M. Ferreira, G. Gousset
    Pages 485-494
  16. S. A. Vasil’Evskii, A. F. Kolesnikov, M. I. Yakushin
    Pages 495-504
  17. S. De Benedictis, G. Dilecce
    Pages 505-514
  18. G. Dinescu, E. Aldea, D. Bivolaru, G. Musa
    Pages 515-524
  19. P. Vervisch, A. Bourdon
    Pages 525-542
  20. Pasquale Cinnella, Carey F. Cox
    Pages 543-560
  21. S. Borrelli, F. De Filippis, M. Marini, A. Schettino
    Pages 561-570
  22. S. A. Losev, E. A. Kovach, V. N. Makarov, M. Ju. Pogosbekjan, A. L. Sergievskaya
    Pages 597-614
  23. G. V. Candler, D. Bose, J. Olejniczak
    Pages 625-644
  24. V. Bellucci, D. Giordano, G. Colonna, M. Capitelli, I. Armenise, C. Bruno
    Pages 679-689
  25. M. S. Ivanov, S. G. Antonov, S. F. Gimelshein, A. V. Kashkovsky, G. N. Markelov
    Pages 717-736
  26. Marc Monroe, Philip L. Varghese
    Pages 737-747

About this book

Introduction

Molecular Physics and Hypersonic Flows bridges the gap between the fluid dynamics and molecular physics communities, emphasizing the role played by elementary processes in hypersonic flows. In particular, the work is primarily dedicated to filling the gap between microscopic and macroscopic treatments of the source terms to be inserted in the fluid dynamics codes.
The first part of the book describes the molecular dynamics of elementary processes both in the gas phase and in the interaction with surfaces by using quantum mechanical and phenomenological approaches. A second group of contributions describes thermodynamics and transport properties of air components, with special attention to the transport of internal energy. A series of papers is devoted to the experimental and theoretical study of the flow of partially ionized gases. Subsequent contributions treat modern computational techniques for 3-D hypersonic flow. Non-equilibrium vibrational kinetics are then described, together with the coupling of vibration-dissociation processes as they affect hypersonic flows. Special emphasis is given to the interfacing of non-equilibrium models with computational fluid dynamics methods. Finally, the last part of the book deals with the application of direct Monte Carlo methods in describing rarefied flows.

Keywords

Cross section collision diatomic molecule excited atoms molecule scattering thermodynamics

Editors and affiliations

  • Mario Capitelli
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Chemistry and Centro di Studio per la Chimica dei Plasmi del CNRUniversity of BariBariItaly

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-0267-1
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1996
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-6604-4
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-0267-1
  • Series Print ISSN 1389-2185
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