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Combustion Systems Nuclear Engineering Industrial Thermal Engineering Rocket Engines and Aerospace Applications
Available data for molecules of practical interest Combined heat transfer by radiation, conduction, and convection Data for molecules of practical interest EMISSIVITY OF TWO-PHASE COMBUSTION PRODUCTS IN A SOLID-PROPELLANT ROCKET ENGINE Examples of CO2 and H2O First approach engineering models and useful data Gas total emissivities Global models for gas radiation Heat transfer in aerospace applications Liquid droplet radiator for space applications Mean absorption coefficients (Planck, Rosseland) Near-infrared properties of droplets of aluminum oxide melt Overview of recent developments Plasma radiation and applications Plasma spectra at LTE (examples for some particular plasmas) Radiation heat transfer in a supersonic nozzle of a solid-propellant rocket engine Radiation heat transfer in solid-propellant rocket engines Radiation transfer in combustion chambers Radiative cooling of particle flow in vacuum Radiative exchange between an isothermal gas and surrounding walls Radiative properties of metal particles in infrared and microwave spectral ranges Radiative properties of polydisperse systems of independent particles Radiative properties of semi-transparent particles Radiative properties of soot particles Radiative transfer in combustion phenomena affected by radiation Radiative transfer in combustion systems Radiative transfer in turbulent flames Real gaseous spectra Some applications: electrical arcs and atmospheric re-entry Some applied problems of combined heat transfer Spectroscopic databases Thermal Radiation of a Two-Phase Exhaust Jet
Heat Exchangers Solar Energy Fuel Cells Plasma Energy Conversion
Nature and Human Health Technologies
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