In many hydrodynamic problems heat is added to the flow. Although the quantity of the heat added depends in most cases on the flow properties it is often treated as a given function [1]. This simplifies the basic equations very much and one is enabled to discuss the phenomena to be expected independent of the mechanism by which the heat is added. Here the influence of a given heat addition on a steady flow in a Laval nozzle is discussed in one-dimensional treatment.


Shock Wave Mach Number Heat Addition Effective Cross Section Laval Nozzle 
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    Zierep, J. Strömungen mit Energiezufuhr, G. Braun, Karlsruhe 1975.Google Scholar
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    Jungclaus, G., van Raay, O. Berechnung der Strömung in Laval-Düsen mit beliebig verteilter Wärmezufuhr, Ing.-Arch. 36, S. 226–236 (1967).MATHCrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    Horn, J. Gewöhnliche Differentialgleichungen, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin 1937.MATHGoogle Scholar

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