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Old   May 17, 2001, 22:26
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I am calculating a blunt cone at hypsersonic nonequilibrium circumstance.I get a good result with Dunn&Kang's chemical reactions coefficients,but in vain with those of Park.

I want to know : 1:the unit of equilibrium constant and how to convert it to the SI? 2: Is there the case that Park's model fails to do but Dunn-Kang succeeds?

All recommendations are welcomed!

Thanks in advance!
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