Advances in kinetic theory and continuum mechanics: proceedings of a symposium held in honor of Professor Henri Cabannes at the University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France, on 6 July 1990
Springer-Verlag, 1991 - Science - 308 pages
The twenty-five papers in this volume, collected in honor of H. Cabannes, cover four areas: classical kinetic theory and fluid dynamics, discrete kinetic theory, applied fluid mechanics, and continuum mechanics. The passage from the kinetic approach to the continuum approach is emphasized in several contributions. The discrete kinetic theory, also discussed in this book, is at present a developing field. The chapter on applied fluid mechanics covers such diverse topics as hypersonic flows with chemical reactions, supersonic aircraft, magnetohydrodynamics, etc.
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Trend to Equilibrium in a Gas According to the Boltzmann Equation
Asymptotic Theory of a Steady Flow of a Rarefied Gas Past Bodies
Computation of Transitional Rarefied Flow
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Acad approximation asymptotic binary collisions Boltzmann equation boundary condition Cabannes Cauchy Cauchy problem coefficients collision operator component computation condensed phase conservation laws constant convergence cruising Mach number Darcy's law defined delta wing denote derived dimension discrete kinetic theory discrete velocity models distribution domain données energy Enskog equation entropy equilibrium Euler equation expansion finite flow fluid dynamic frozen function Galilean invariance Gas Dynamics gases Gatignol given Global existence H-theorem Hartmann number hydrodynamic inequality initial interaction kinetic equations kinetic theory Knudsen layer Knudsen number Lattice Gas Lemma linear mathematical matrix Maxwellian method molecules momentum NASTASE Navier-Stokes equations non-equilibrium nonlinear obstacle obtained optimum-optimorum parameters particles perturbation Phys porous medium pressure problem propagation rarefied gas satisfy simulation singularities solution Sone space vehicle speed of sound string supersonic surface temperature tensor Theorem tion values variational vector vibrating viscosity zero