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Vibrational and Chemical Relaxation Rates of Diatomic Gases

Kewley, Douglas John


A theoretical and experimental study of the vibrational and chemical relaxation rates of diatomic gases, in flows behind shock waves and along nozzles,is made here. ¶ The validity of the conventional relaxation rate models, which are generally used to analyse experiments, is tested by developing a detailed microscopic description of the diatomic relaxation processes. ...

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Date published: 2010-09-06T06:28:46Z
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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