Heat and mass transfer in a gas in a capillary induced by light with nonuniform intensity distribution over the beam cross section
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An analysis is presented of the heat and drift fluxes induced by velocity-selective light absorption in a single-component gas in a capillary tube. The light intensity distribution across the beam is assumed to have a Gaussian profile. Kinetic equations are solved numerically to calculate flux profiles and kinetic coefficients quantifying the contributions of surface and collisional mechanisms to light-induced transfer as functions of the Knudsen number, the ratio of the rate of radiative decay of the exited level and intermolecular collision frequency, accommodation coefficient, and the ratio of the tube radius to the light beam radius.
KeywordsTube Axis Kinetic Coefficient Light Distribution Accommodation Coefficient Tube Cross Section
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