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Free eBook The equations of radiation hydrodynamics, (International series of monographs in natural philosophy) download ISBN: 0080168930
Author: G. C Pomraning
Publisher: Pergamon Press; 1st edition (1973)
Language: English
Pages: 288
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Subcategory: Physics
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International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy, Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1973. Keywords: Hydrodynamics; Radiation; Radiative transfer.

Pomraning, G. C. (-) Abstract. Publication: International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy, Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1973.

Equations of Radiation Hydrodynamics (Monographs in Natural Philosophy). 0080168930 (ISBN13: 9780080168937).

C. Pomraning:The Equations of Radiation Hydrodynamics International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy, Volume 54, Pergamon Press, 1973Google Scholar. Authors and Affiliations.

Read instantly in your browser. Series: Dover Books on Physics. I had the fortune of finding this book while I was interested in studying the radiative transfer of polarised radiation. The Equations of Radiation Hydrodynamics (Dover Books on Physics). by Gerald C. Pomraning (Author), Physics (Author). Paperback: 304 pages. Publisher: Dover Publications (November 29, 2005). It was really great! I am convinced that this book is a real jewel for anybody interested in radiative transfer.

Originally published: Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press, 1973, in series: International series of monographs in natural philosophy ; v. 54. With new pref. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Radiation hydrodynamics is a broad subject that cuts across many disciplines in physics and astronomy . Elsevier Books Reference. Plasma Astrophysics: International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy.

Radiation hydrodynamics is a broad subject that cuts across many disciplines in physics and astronomy: fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, kinetic theory, and radiative transfer, among others. The theory developed in this book by two specialists in the field can be applied to the study of such diverse astrophysical phenomena as stellar winds, supernova explosions, and the initial phases of cosmic expansion, as well as the physics of laser fusion and reentry vehicles.

Nuclear Structure Theory: International Series of Monographs in Natural Philosophy. The book also analyzes the equations of macroscopic physics, such as the equations of hydrodynamics for normal and superfluid liquids and macroscopic electrodynamics. 49 巻. Nuclear Structure Theory provides a guide to nuclear structure theory.

These topics are followed by discussions of the quantization of the radiation field and the field of lattice vibrations in a solid. The succeeding chapter deals with the familiar linear equations in relativistic field theory and the deduction of certain spin independent theories, which these fields have in common.

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This text examines the propagation of thermal radiation through a fluid and its effects on the hydrodynamics of fluid motion. Its detailed discussion, derived from first principles, fully displays all of the equations pertinent to the specialized field of radiation hydrodynamics. Geared toward graduate-level students, it will also benefit researchers engaged in radiative transfer and radiation hydrodynamic work.The first chapter introduces the fundamental concepts required to formulate a kinetic description of electromagnetic energy transport. Chapter II derives in various forms and geometries the equation of transfer containing the basic physics needed for most work in radiation hydrodynamics. Subsequent chapters consider approximate formulations of radiative transfer and the incorporation of additional physical effects--specifically, polarization, refraction, and dispersion--and the relativistic effects of fluid motion.Chapter VII offers a brief introduction to the microscopic physics associated with the equation of transfer, followed by an extensive survey of the description of Compton and inverse Compton scattering as it enters the equation of transfer. The final chapter presents a hydrodynamic description of the fluid, including effects due to the presence of the radiation field. The text concludes with an appendix on the Lorentz transformation of the equation of transfer.
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Yanthyr
This book is considered one of the standard books on the subject. It was out of print for many years and I could not locate a used copy. I finally bought it when it came back in print as a Dover publication.

It is a very difficult book to work through. I am not a big fan of PN and SN type methods since I belong to the Monte Carlo form of transport religion. The book will not be particularly useful in writing computer code; it focuses on theory. However, it is still worth the buying considering the low cost.
Zonama
I had the fortune of finding this book while I was interested in studying the radiative transfer of polarised radiation. It was really great! I am convinced that this book is a real jewel for anybody interested in radiative transfer. A rare subject like Stokes polarisation is treated with simplicity, great detail and deep understanding of the underlying physics of photon transfer. Some years later I had the privilege of meeting personally the author during one of his visits to the University of Bologna. I treasure the remember of this meeting with such a fascinating mind which had deeply impacted the whole field of radiation diffusion and my own career.