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Old   August 28, 2008, 17:57
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i have to use the option "viscous heating" with the non equilibrium law in a nozzle. i have a mach at 4 at the outlet thus i use this option. I know it add a therm in the energy equation but But i wonder why?? please help me, I'd like to understand the physical hiding behind thanks
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