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Theoretical Analysis of the Influence of Diffusion in Free Jet of Hot Gas Mixture. Impaktovaný časopis IF 0,263

Originální název

Theoretical Analysis of the Influence of Diffusion in Free Jet of Hot Gas Mixture. Impaktovaný časopis IF 0,263

Anglický název

Theoretical Analysis of the Influence of Diffusion in Free Jet of Hot Gas Mixture. Impaktovaný časopis IF 0,263

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The theoretical analysis of the influence of diffusion on the distribution of mass fractions in free jet of hot gas mixture is based on the vector form of the continuity equation, including the diffusion member. Measured and computed quantities at the output of the arc heater (temperature profile, composition, thermodynamic and transport properties of the used gas mixture) are used as the initial conditions. Solving the complete continuity equation, the relations for the distribution of mass fractions can be derived, including the components normally present in the surrounding environment (argon and water vapour in air).

Anglický abstrakt

The theoretical analysis of the influence of diffusion on the distribution of mass fractions in free jet of hot gas mixture is based on the vector form of the continuity equation, including the diffusion member. Measured and computed quantities at the output of the arc heater (temperature profile, composition, thermodynamic and transport properties of the used gas mixture) are used as the initial conditions. Solving the complete continuity equation, the relations for the distribution of mass fractions can be derived, including the components normally present in the surrounding environment (argon and water vapour in air).

BibTex


@article{BUT42348,
  author="Jan {Gregor} and Ivana {Jakubová} and Josef {Šenk}",
  title="Theoretical Analysis of the Influence of Diffusion in Free Jet of Hot Gas Mixture. Impaktovaný časopis IF 0,263",
  annote="The theoretical analysis of the influence of diffusion on the distribution of mass fractions in free jet of hot gas mixture is based on the vector form of the continuity equation, including the diffusion member. Measured and computed quantities at the output of the arc heater (temperature profile, composition, thermodynamic and transport properties of the used gas mixture) are used as the initial conditions. Solving the complete continuity equation, the relations for the distribution of mass fractions can be derived, including the components normally present in the surrounding environment (argon and water vapour in air).",
  chapter="42348",
  journal="Czechoslovak Journal of Physics",
  number="Suppl. C",
  volume="54",
  year="2004",
  month="june",
  pages="690",
  type="journal article"
}