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TYPICAL KINETIC MECHANISMS Having examined in detail the nature of the coupling, we now turn to the specific rate processes typifying reacting airflows. For the terrestrial flight conditions of interest to us here (velocity 3-8 km/sec, altitude 30-100 km) reactions involving neutral species are usually actively coupled, while those involving charged species are passively coupled to the flow. r:AB + e- (16) (17) (18) and mutual neutralization, AB+ + C D - e AB + CD (19) In considering these reactions for actual cases, it is not necessary to consider all permutations of A, B, and C representing nitrogen and oxygen atoms in airflows.
ESCHENROEDER 32 in the recombination experiments may well be responsible for the variations. Proper theoretical treatment of such phenomena probably requires the addition of an electron energy balance to the conservation laws as prescribed in ref. 9. rature upper; t h r a l l temperature 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 Reservoir temperature, 8000 9000 O K Fig. 3. Electron collision frequency a t microwave station in shock tunnel nozzle (reproduced from ref. 5 with permission of AGARD-NATO). V. IONIZATION IN THE NEAR WAKE OF A SPHERE IN HYPERSONIC FLIGHT* When a blunt object flies at many times the acoustic speed in the ambient gas, its interaction with the gas is characterized by the oncoming fluid's being blasted aside.
Sci. 29, 1038 (1962). 16. Eschenroeder, A. , Near Wake Ionization Behind a Sphere in Hypersonic Ftight. I . Reaction Kinetics, GM Defense Research Laboratories Report TR654lH, September, 1965. 17. Eschenroeder, A. , and Hayami, R. A,, Scaling Experiments on Wake REACTION KINETICS IN HYPERSONIC FLOWS 39 Ionization Behind Nonablating Hypersonic Spheres, GM Defense Research Laboratories Report TR64-02L, November, 1964. 18. , J. Math. Mech. 12, 543 (1963). 19. Eschenroeder, A. ,Nonequilibrizcm Scaling of High Enthalpy Gas FZom, GM Defense Research Laboratories Report TR64-02C, June, 1964.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 13 by I. (editor) Prigogine