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Dear Dr. Mihalas : Your Book Foundations of Radiation Hydrodynamics Has Been Declared Out of Print. We Are Happy to Revert the Copyright to You and Your Wife so That You Can Continue to Make Xerox

By Jensen, Kirk

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Title: Dear Dr. Mihalas : Your Book Foundations of Radiation Hydrodynamics Has Been Declared Out of Print. We Are Happy to Revert the Copyright to You and Your Wife so That You Can Continue to Make Xerox  
Author: Jensen, Kirk
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Language: English
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Excerpt: The material component of the astrophysical fluids that we consider in this book is typically a dilute gas composed of single atoms, ions, and free. electrons. Insofar as we are interested in the large-scale dynamical behavior of this compressible fluid in response to imposed external forces (both gravitational and radioactive), it often suffices to view the gas as a continuum and to describe it in terms of macroscopic properties such as pressure, density, temperature, etc., along with certain macroscopic transport coefficients that specify energy and momentum transport within the gas itself (i e., thermal conduction and viscosity effects). But when we seek actually to calculate these macroscopic properties and their relationships with one another, particularly when the gas is not in equilibrium or when it interacts with a radiation field...

Table of Contents
Contents 1. Microphysics of Gases 1 1.1 Thermodynamics 2 1. Equation of State of a Perfect Gas 2 2. First Law of “thermodynamics 3 3. Second Law of Thermodynamics 7 4, Thermal Properties of a Perfect Gas 9 5. Some Consequences of the Combined First and Second Laws 10 1.2 Kinetic Theory 6. The Distribution Function and 1301tzmann’s Equation 7. The Collision Integral 8. The Maxwellian Ve~ocity Distribution 9. Boltzmann’s H-Theorem 10. The Time of Relaxation 1.3 Classical Statistical Mechanics 11. Thermodynamic Probability and Entropy 12. Boltzmann Statistics 13. Ionization 14. Thermodynamic Properties of Ionizing Hydrogen 2. Dynamics of Ideal Fluids 2.1 Kinematics 15. Velocity and Acceleration 16. Particle Paths, Streamlines, and Streaklines 17. The Euler Expansion Formula 18. The Reynolds Transport Theorem 19. The Equation of Continuity 20, Vorticity and Circulation 2 L. The Cauch y–Stokes Decomposition Theorem 2.2 Equations of Motion and Energy 22. The Stress Tensor 23. The Momentum Equation 24. The Energy Equation 11 11 15 24 28 29 35 35 37 48 50 55 55 55 57 58 60 60 62 64 68 68 70 77


 

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