Solution of internal problems of aerodynamics under transitional conditions using a model kinetic equation
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A method is developed based on the use of a model kinetic equation with a shock frequency ω = v/l (l is the mean length of the free flight path; v is the modulus of the molecular velocity). The method is tested on several classical problems.
KeywordsMathematical Modeling Mechanical Engineer Industrial Mathematic Kinetic Equation Classical Problem
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