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 Gas discharges are of interest for many processes in mechanics, manufacturing, materials science and aerophysics. To understand the physics behind the phenomena is of key importance for the effective use and development of gas discharge devices. This worktreats methods of computational modeling of electrodischarge processes and dynamics of partially ionized gases. These methods are necessary to tackleproblems of physical mechanics, physics of gas discharges and aerophysics. Particular attention is given to a solution of twodimensional problems of physical mechanics of glow discharges. The use o
 Language
 eng
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 1 online resource.
 Contents

 Preface; I Elements of the theory of numerical modeling of gasdischarge phenomena; 1 Models of gasdischarge physical mechanics; 1.1 Models of homogeneous chemically equilibrium plasma; 1.1.1 Mathematical model of radiofrequency (RF) plasma generator; 1.1.2 Mathematical model of electricarc (EA) plasma generator; 1.1.3 Models of microwave (MW) plasma generators; 1.1.4 Models of laser supported plasma generators (LSPG); 1.1.5 Numerical simulation models of steadystate radiative gas dynamics of RF, EA, MW, and LSWplasma generators
 1.1.6 Method of numerical simulation of nonstationary radiative gasdynamic processes in subsonic plasma flows. The method of unsteady dynamic variables1.2 Models of nonuniform chemically equilibrium and nonequilibrium plasma; 1.2.1 Model of the fivecomponent RF plasma generator; 1.2.2 Model of the threecomponent RF plasma generator; 1.2.3 Twotemperature model of RF plasma under ionization equilibrium; 1.2.4 Oneliquid twotemperature model of laser supported plasma; 2 Application of numerical simulation models for the investigation of laser supported waves
 2.1 Air laser supported plasma generator2.2 Hydrogen laser supported plasma generator; 2.3 Bifurcation of subsonic gas flows in the vicinity of localized heat release regions; 2.3.1 Statement of the problem; 2.3.2 Qualitative analysis of the phenomenon; 2.3.3 Quantitative results of numerical simulation; 2.4 Laser supported waves in the field of gravity; 3 Computational models of magnetohydrodynamic processes; 3.1 General relations; 3.2 Vector form of NavierStokes equations; 3.3 System of equations of magnetic induction; 3.4 Force acting on ionized gas from electric and magnetic fields
 3.5 A heat emission caused by action of electromagnetic forces3.6 Complete set of the MHD equations in a flux form; 3.6.1 The MHD equations in projections; 3.6.2 Completely conservative form of the MHD equations; 3.7 The flux form of MHD equations in a dimensionless form; 3.7.1 Definition of the normalizing parameters; 3.7.2 Nondimension system of the MHD equations in flux form; 3.8 The MHD equations in the flux form. The use of pressure instead of specific internal energy
 3.9 Eigenvectors and eigenvalues of Jacobian matrixes for transformation of the MHD equations from conservative to the quasilinear form. Statement of nonstationary boundary conditions3.9.1 Jacobian matrixes of passage from conservative to the quasilinear form of the equations; 3.10 A singularity of Jacobian matrixes for transformation of the equations formulated in the conservative form; 3.11 System of the MHD equations without singular transfer matrixes; 3.12 Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of nonsingular matrixes of quasilinear system of the MHD equations; 3.12.1 Matrix Ãx; 3.12.2 Matrix Ãy
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 9783110270419
 Label
 Computational physics of electric discharges in gas flows
 Title
 Computational physics of electric discharges in gas flows
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 edited by Sergey T. Surzhikov
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Gas discharges are of interest for many processes in mechanics, manufacturing, materials science and aerophysics. To understand the physics behind the phenomena is of key importance for the effective use and development of gas discharge devices. This worktreats methods of computational modeling of electrodischarge processes and dynamics of partially ionized gases. These methods are necessary to tackleproblems of physical mechanics, physics of gas discharges and aerophysics. Particular attention is given to a solution of twodimensional problems of physical mechanics of glow discharges. The use o
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 537.5/30151
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 English
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 QC711.8.G5
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 C66 2012eb
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 Surzhikov, S. T.
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 De Gruyter studies in mathematical physics
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 7
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 Glow discharges
 Electric discharges through gases
 Gas discharge
 Gas dynamics
 Heat transfer
 Physical Mechanics
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 Computational physics of electric discharges in gas flows, edited by Sergey T. Surzhikov
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 Preface; I Elements of the theory of numerical modeling of gasdischarge phenomena; 1 Models of gasdischarge physical mechanics; 1.1 Models of homogeneous chemically equilibrium plasma; 1.1.1 Mathematical model of radiofrequency (RF) plasma generator; 1.1.2 Mathematical model of electricarc (EA) plasma generator; 1.1.3 Models of microwave (MW) plasma generators; 1.1.4 Models of laser supported plasma generators (LSPG); 1.1.5 Numerical simulation models of steadystate radiative gas dynamics of RF, EA, MW, and LSWplasma generators
 1.1.6 Method of numerical simulation of nonstationary radiative gasdynamic processes in subsonic plasma flows. The method of unsteady dynamic variables1.2 Models of nonuniform chemically equilibrium and nonequilibrium plasma; 1.2.1 Model of the fivecomponent RF plasma generator; 1.2.2 Model of the threecomponent RF plasma generator; 1.2.3 Twotemperature model of RF plasma under ionization equilibrium; 1.2.4 Oneliquid twotemperature model of laser supported plasma; 2 Application of numerical simulation models for the investigation of laser supported waves
 2.1 Air laser supported plasma generator2.2 Hydrogen laser supported plasma generator; 2.3 Bifurcation of subsonic gas flows in the vicinity of localized heat release regions; 2.3.1 Statement of the problem; 2.3.2 Qualitative analysis of the phenomenon; 2.3.3 Quantitative results of numerical simulation; 2.4 Laser supported waves in the field of gravity; 3 Computational models of magnetohydrodynamic processes; 3.1 General relations; 3.2 Vector form of NavierStokes equations; 3.3 System of equations of magnetic induction; 3.4 Force acting on ionized gas from electric and magnetic fields
 3.5 A heat emission caused by action of electromagnetic forces3.6 Complete set of the MHD equations in a flux form; 3.6.1 The MHD equations in projections; 3.6.2 Completely conservative form of the MHD equations; 3.7 The flux form of MHD equations in a dimensionless form; 3.7.1 Definition of the normalizing parameters; 3.7.2 Nondimension system of the MHD equations in flux form; 3.8 The MHD equations in the flux form. The use of pressure instead of specific internal energy
 3.9 Eigenvectors and eigenvalues of Jacobian matrixes for transformation of the MHD equations from conservative to the quasilinear form. Statement of nonstationary boundary conditions3.9.1 Jacobian matrixes of passage from conservative to the quasilinear form of the equations; 3.10 A singularity of Jacobian matrixes for transformation of the equations formulated in the conservative form; 3.11 System of the MHD equations without singular transfer matrixes; 3.12 Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of nonsingular matrixes of quasilinear system of the MHD equations; 3.12.1 Matrix Ãx; 3.12.2 Matrix Ãy
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 Computational physics of electric discharges in gas flows, edited by Sergey T. Surzhikov
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 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 online resource
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 text
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 Contents

 Preface; I Elements of the theory of numerical modeling of gasdischarge phenomena; 1 Models of gasdischarge physical mechanics; 1.1 Models of homogeneous chemically equilibrium plasma; 1.1.1 Mathematical model of radiofrequency (RF) plasma generator; 1.1.2 Mathematical model of electricarc (EA) plasma generator; 1.1.3 Models of microwave (MW) plasma generators; 1.1.4 Models of laser supported plasma generators (LSPG); 1.1.5 Numerical simulation models of steadystate radiative gas dynamics of RF, EA, MW, and LSWplasma generators
 1.1.6 Method of numerical simulation of nonstationary radiative gasdynamic processes in subsonic plasma flows. The method of unsteady dynamic variables1.2 Models of nonuniform chemically equilibrium and nonequilibrium plasma; 1.2.1 Model of the fivecomponent RF plasma generator; 1.2.2 Model of the threecomponent RF plasma generator; 1.2.3 Twotemperature model of RF plasma under ionization equilibrium; 1.2.4 Oneliquid twotemperature model of laser supported plasma; 2 Application of numerical simulation models for the investigation of laser supported waves
 2.1 Air laser supported plasma generator2.2 Hydrogen laser supported plasma generator; 2.3 Bifurcation of subsonic gas flows in the vicinity of localized heat release regions; 2.3.1 Statement of the problem; 2.3.2 Qualitative analysis of the phenomenon; 2.3.3 Quantitative results of numerical simulation; 2.4 Laser supported waves in the field of gravity; 3 Computational models of magnetohydrodynamic processes; 3.1 General relations; 3.2 Vector form of NavierStokes equations; 3.3 System of equations of magnetic induction; 3.4 Force acting on ionized gas from electric and magnetic fields
 3.5 A heat emission caused by action of electromagnetic forces3.6 Complete set of the MHD equations in a flux form; 3.6.1 The MHD equations in projections; 3.6.2 Completely conservative form of the MHD equations; 3.7 The flux form of MHD equations in a dimensionless form; 3.7.1 Definition of the normalizing parameters; 3.7.2 Nondimension system of the MHD equations in flux form; 3.8 The MHD equations in the flux form. The use of pressure instead of specific internal energy
 3.9 Eigenvectors and eigenvalues of Jacobian matrixes for transformation of the MHD equations from conservative to the quasilinear form. Statement of nonstationary boundary conditions3.9.1 Jacobian matrixes of passage from conservative to the quasilinear form of the equations; 3.10 A singularity of Jacobian matrixes for transformation of the equations formulated in the conservative form; 3.11 System of the MHD equations without singular transfer matrixes; 3.12 Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of nonsingular matrixes of quasilinear system of the MHD equations; 3.12.1 Matrix Ãx; 3.12.2 Matrix Ãy
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