Exact Hydrodynamic Equations and Transport Coefficients in Higher-Order Approximations for Partially-Ionized Gases

  • G. A. Tirskiy
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Abstract

The derivation of the hydrodynamic set of equations and transport coefficients with diffusion and heat transfer in a multicomponent partially ionized gas in the presence also or the absence of an external magnetic field is considered by the methods of the kinetic theory of gases. Expressions for heat and diffusion fluxes and formulas for transport coefficients have been obtained by the Chapman-Enskog and Grad methods. The latter formulas are fairly elaborate for practical calculations. The aim of this paper is to obtain mass and heat transfer equations, and also exact formulas for transport coefficients in a simpler form, convenient for the solution of hydrodynamics problems.

Key words

Hydrodynamics equations Multicomponent partially ionized gases Transport equa¬tions and coefficients 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. A. Tirskiy
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  1. 1.Laboratory of Physics and Chemical GasdynamicsInstitute of Mechanics of Moscow State UniversityMoscowRussia

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