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Dissociated gas flow in the boundary layer in the case of a porous contour of the body within fluid
University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
This paper studies the ideally dissociated gas flow in the boundary layer when the contour of the body within fluid is porous. Firstly, the momentum equation has been obtained from the corresponding starting boundary layer equations and the necessary set of porosity parameters has been introduced. Then, the boundary layer equations of the considered problem have been brought to a generalized form by means of transformations. The obtained equations have been numerically solved in a three parametric approximation. A necessary program has been written to solve them. Based on the obtained solutions, conclusions concerning behavior of certain boundary layer characteristics have been drawn.
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published in SCIndeks: 02/06/2007