Self-similar movement of a viscous gas in a channel
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The results presented in  refer primarily to dropping liquids for which the influence exerted by the thermal conditions on the flow is related to the temperature dependence of the viscosity. The self-similar flow of a viscous gas in a channel with a linearly increasing wall temperature is examined in this paper. The influence exerted by the Reynolds and Prandtl numbers on heat exchange and the hydrodynamics of the flow is analyzed.
KeywordsViscosity Mathematical Modeling Mechanical Engineer Heat Exchange Industrial Mathematic
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