Effect of variation of the physical properties of the gas on the stability of laminar nonisothermal flow in a channel with permeable walls
An investigation is made into the stability relative to small perturbations of a quasideveloped gas flow with variable physical properties in a plane channel in the presence of heating or cooling.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Small Perturbation Plane Channel Permeable Wall Nonisothermal Flow
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