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Old   October 8, 1998, 13:21
Default Laminar gas flow at low Re in tubes
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Glenn Price
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We are looking for fundamental studies of laminar gas flows at low Reynolds Numbers (Re < 1) in tubes. Specifically, what is the effect of self-diffusivity on the parabolic velocity profile predicted by the Navier-Stokes Equations? And how do you model the forces due to self-diffusivity, if at all?
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