# Real-Gas Effects on Mean Flow and Temporal Stability of Binary-Species Mixing Layers

@inproceedings{Okongo2003RealGasEO, title={Real-Gas Effects on Mean Flow and Temporal Stability of Binary-Species Mixing Layers}, author={Nora Anyango Okong'o and Josette Bellan}, year={2003} }

Real-gas effects on the mean flow and inviscid stability of temporal mixing layers are examined for supercritical
heptane/nitrogen and oxygen/hydrogen mixtures. The analysis is based on the compressible Navier–Stokes equations for conservation of mass, momentum, total energy, and species mass, with heat and species-mass fluxes derived from fluctuation-dissipation theory and incorporating Soret and Dufour effects. An approximate form of the equations is used to obtain a system of similarity… CONTINUE READING

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