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By Herbert Jr. Oertel, M. Böhle, J. Delfs, D. Hafermann, H. Holthoff

Dieses Buch wendet sich an Studenten der Ingenieurwissenschaften und Ingenieure der Raumfahrtindustrie und der Energieverfahrenstechnik. Es verkn?pft die klassischen Gebiete der Aerodynamik mit der Nichtgleichgewichts-Thermodynamik hei?er Gase. Am Beispiel des Wiedereintritts einer Raumkapsel in die Erdatmosph?re werden die aerothermodynamischen Grundlagen und numerischen Methoden zur Berechnung des Str?mungsfeldes der Raumkapsel im gaskinetischen und kontinuumsmechanischen Bereich der Wiedereintrittstrajektorie behandelt. Am Beispiel von Raumfahrtprojekten werden die Methoden entwickelt. Die Autoren sind anerkannte Spezialisten f?r dieses Fachgebiet.

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30c) 1B 1 PM "! " PM  . 30d) Here the superscript 0 refers to the zero "eld and ¹ the critical point. At the phase transition there ! are two minima x ,x of equal energy with the conditions,   f (x )"f (x ) ,   f (x )"f (x )"0 . 2 ] ,   ! ¹H )"1# . 31b) ,' 2h B ! The shape of the coexistence curve of the nematic and paranematic phase is parabolic. The shift in the transition temperature is proportional to h: " 2h . ¹ " ,' ,' aPM  ,' As is obvious from the above discussion three general predictions can be made from the theory: (i) the existence of a paranematic phase with "eld-induced orientation order, (ii) the increase of ¹ with the increasing "eld and ,' (iii) the existence of a magnetic (electric) critical point.

Iv) ¹(¹H : the minimum corresponds to a nematic phase. The PM solution corresponds to the ,' > lowest free-energy density, whereas the PM solution to a relative minimum and PM "0 gives \  rise to a relative maximum. The height h of the energy barrier at ¹"¹ between the isotropic PM "0 state and the nematic ,'  state PM "PM is given by  ,' B h" . 3. The inyuence of external xelds on the NI phase transition In the absence of external magnetic or electric "elds, nematic and isotropic liquids do not have the same symmetry.

The model was applied later by Zwanzing [98] to a cetain idealized model and the rigid rod transition was veri"ed to the order of seventh virial. A PadeH analysis of Zwanzing approach by Runnels and Colvin [100] has shown that the transition observed by Zwanzing is very stable, and in three dimensions, at least "rst-order. erent mean-"eld calculation for the hard rod problem based on the well-known lattice model was made by Flory and coworkers [101,102]. The above treatments [97}102] of hard rod systems are valid only for very long rods with length to width ratio x 5100 which is typical of polymeric systems.

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