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100 1  Scott, Carl D 
245 10 Thermophysical Aspects of Re-Entry Flows 
264  1 Reston :|bAmerican Institute of Aeronautics and 
       Astronautics,|c1986 
264  4 |c©1986 
300    1 online resource (636 pages) 
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490 1  Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics ;|vv.103 
505 0  Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- 
       Preface -- Editorial Committee -- Chapter I. Low-Density 
       Phenomena -- Low-Density Aerothermodynamics -- Direct 
       Simulation Monte Carlo Method and Comparison with 
       Experiment -- Drag of Bodies in Rarefied Hypersonic Flow -
       - Heat Transfer on a Flat Plate in Continuum to Rarefied 
       Hypersonic Flows at Mach 19.2 and 25.4 -- Transitional, 
       Hypervelocity Aerodynamic Simulation and Scaling -- Gas/
       Surface Scattering Models for Satellite Applications -- 
       Chapter II. High Temperature Kinetics and Transport 
       Properties -- Rate Constants for Chemical Reactions in 
       High-Temperature Nonequilibrium Air -- Electron-Nitrogen 
       Molecule Collisions in High-Temperature Nonequilibrium Air
       -- Electron-Impact Vibrational Excitation Rates in the 
       Flowfield of Aeroassisted Orbital Transfer Vehicles -- 
       Theoretical Studies of Dissociative Recombination -- N+ -N
       and 0+ -0 Interaction Energies, Dipole Transition Moments,
       and Transport Cross Sections -- Transport Properties for 
       Some Atom/Ion Interactions in Air -- Chapter III. 
       Aerothermodynamic Ground Simulations and Measurements -- 
       Studies of Potential Fluid-Mechanical Mechanisms for 
       Enhanced Stagnation-Region Heating -- Measured and 
       Predicted Vortex-Induced Leeward Heating on a Biconic at 
       Mach 6 and 10 -- Heating Rate Distributions at Mach 10 on 
       a Circular-Body Earth-to-Orbit Transport Vehicle -- 
       Developments in Aerothermal Test Techniques at the AEDC 
       Supersonic/Hypersonic Wind Tunnels -- Application of 
       Numerical Simulation to Enhance Arcjet Performance -- 
       Effects of Surface Discontinuities on Convective Heat 
       Transfer in Hypersonic Flow -- Chapter IV. Numerical 
       Simulations of Hypersonic Flows -- Chemical and Thermal 
       Nonequilibrium Heat-Transfer Analysis for Hypervelocity,
       Low Reynolds Number Flow -- Convergence of Computation of 
       Chemical Reacting Flows 
505 8  Radiative Viscous Shock Layer Analysis of Fire,Apollo, and
       PAET Flight Data -- Three-Dimensional Viscous Shock Layer 
       Applications for the Space Shuttle Orbiter -- Numerical 
       Simulation of Hypersonic Viscous Fore- and Afterbody Flows
       over Capsule-Type Vehicles at Angles of Attack -- Two 
       Dimensional and Axisymmetric Heat-Transfer Results with 
       the CSCM Upwind Implicit Algorithm -- Author Index 
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650  0 Space vehicles -- Atmospheric 
       entry.;Aerothermodynamics.;Aerodynamics, Hypersonic 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Moss, James N 
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