By B. L. Rozdestvenskii and N. N. Janenko
This publication is basically a brand new variation, revised and augmented via result of the decade, of the paintings of a similar identify released in 1968 via ``Nauka.'' it really is dedicated to mathematical questions of gasoline dynamics. themes coated comprise Foundations of the speculation of platforms of Quasilinear Equations of Hyperbolic variety in self sufficient Variables; Classical and Generalized ideas of One-Dimensional fuel Dynamics; distinction tools for fixing the Equations of fuel Dynamics; and Generalized ideas of structures of Quasilinear Equations of Hyperbolic sort.
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B*. The qualitative behaviours of ~ ( b * for ) three different values of g** = E / E are reported in Fig. 4. Fig. 4 The figure shows the behaviour of the function X(b*) for three different values of g **=HE. For b* b& the function X(b*) diverges 4 -) (point 0. ,f, are reported in Fig. 5. The quoted Tables show that: i) For b* = 0 and any value of g *2 we always have = n. This is typical of a “head on collision” in which the incoming particle is back reflected along the rn axis (see Fig. 5a); ii) The value b*,for which is = 0 increases when g* is decreased (see Fig.
10) ii) Z l , = Number of collisions/sec suffered by “one” molecule of species 1 encountering n molecules /cm3 of the species 2. 1 1) iii) Z2, = Number of collisions/sec undergone by a molecule of species 2 in the encounter with n molecules /cm3 of the species 1. 12) iv) Z;l, = Total number of collisions/(cm3sec) among the molecules of species 1. 13) v) 2;; = Total number of collisions/(cm3sec) among the molecules of both species 1 and 2. , T allow us to approximately estimate such quantities. Eqs.
In Fig. 3 for the point I is ( d 3 V l d r 3 ) p< O and the force F ( p + S r ) is for 6r(> Oor < 0) always direct in the positive direction of the r axis. So, if we exclude a very small region around point I where F ( p ) = 0 , the forces are always repulsive. The orbit radius r, appears as the limit approached by the orbits of radius r M A x when L and E both increase. Indeed, orbits with a radius r < rl are impossible since V(r) is monotonically decreasing while the repulsive force F ( r ) is always dominating.