2 edition of **Inviscid cone flows with surface mass transfer** found in the catalog.

Inviscid cone flows with surface mass transfer

Jerome Aroesty

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Published
**1965**
by Rand Corp.] in [Santa Monica, Calif
.

Written in English

- Mass transfer.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Jerome Aroesty and Stephen H. Davis. |

Series | Paper / Rand -- P-3231, P (Rand Corporation) -- P-3231. |

Contributions | Davis, Stephen H., 1939-. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 7 p. : |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL20650140M |

int. j. of appl. math and mech. 6 (15): , numerical study of unsteady free convective heat and mass transfer in a walters-b viscoelastic flow along a vertical cone. MHD free convection flow past a semi infinite vertical permeable moving plate with heat source and suction has been studied by Ibrahim et al. [15]. Roy et al. [16] have obtained Non-similar solution of an unsteady mixed convection flow over a vertical cone in the presence of surface mass transfer. The effect of combined viscous.

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Inviscid cone flows with surface mass transfer. The blowhard problem—Inviscid flows with surface injection. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 11, No. Strong blowing into laminar viscous flows around two-dimensional andaxi-symmetric supersonic by: A consideration of the effects of surface mass transfer on inviscid flows.

The authors discuss a simple, exact solution of the inviscid equations of motion including the effect of surface mass transfer. 7 by: Academic Press, New York ().

AROESTY and S. DA vis, Inviscid cone flows with surface mass transfer, AIAA 7/4(10), (). APPENDIX Solution of the Integral Equation () The basic integral equation to be solved in the region x > 0 is (): (2(7)^ S(x) = (Pf - P(x)),d^.Cited by: Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer; Browse All Journals; Browse All Virtual Collections; Books.

AIAA Education Series; Supersonic flow past a finite cone with large surface mass injection. TAYLOR, Cited by: 7. Heat, and Mass Trans () J. Aroesty and S. Davis, Inviscid cone flows with surface mass transfer, AIAA J. 4, () G. Emanuel, Blowing from a porous cone or wedge when the contact surface is straight, AIAA J.

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Inviscid Incompressible Flow, the only all-in-one presentation available on this topic, is a first-rate teaching and learning tool for graduate- and senior undergraduate-level courses in inviscid fluid dynamics.

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Results obtained by using the Godunov time dependent method to compute the steady inviscid flow past a sphere, tension shell and sphere-cone shape are by: 3. The general differential equation for mass transfer of component A, or the equation of continuity of A, written in rectangular coordinates is Initial and Boundary conditions To describe a mass transfer process by the differential equations of mass transfer the initial and boundary conditions must be specified.

In an axially-symmetric flow around the cone, fluid flow is retarded first in a conical shock wave (OS) trailing at the cone vertex, and then in a compressed layer of gas present between a shock wave and the body; the flow is turned to a direction corresponding to the cone surface.

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