McCormack, Francis

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Numerical analysis of the kinetic theory of sound propagation in a simple monatomic gas 1975 52 The kinetic theory of plane sound wave propagation in simple monatomic gaaeous mixture has received increasing attention in recent years. Our research is a study of the numerical methods for calculating the absorption and dispersion of a sound wave p...
The absorption and dispersion of sound waves in polyatomic gases 1971 232 It is now generally agreed that the absorption of sound waves in a gas is, in most part, due to the exchange of energy between the sound wave and the translational and internal states of the gas molecules. We develop a theory using the 17-moment appr...
Relaxation in a binary gaseous mixture of Maxwell molecules 1971 66 Over the years, much work has been done in developing sets of equations describing the physical properties of gaseous mixtures. One person to do such work was Walker1, who developed a set of equations for a gaseous mixture of Maxwell molecules. His t...
A quantum mechanical Boltzmann equation for a polyatomic gas in magnetic and electric fields 1972 236 This paper proposes to examine the process by which a quantum mechanical Boltzmann equation for a dilute polyatomic gas, involving only binary collisons, is developed. The method employed parallels the work of R. F. Snider (Journal of Chemical Physic...
The kinetic theory of sound propagation in binary gaseous mixtures. 1972 94 We develop a theory for the study of the absorption and dispersion of a sound wave propagating in a binary mixture of gases by using both the 13-moment approximation and the Navier - Stokes theory. This general theory is valid for a mixture of any tw...