The Effect of Suspended Particles on the Acoustic Mode of Molecular Gas

S. Dalmia


In the present problem, we will investigate the effect of suspended particles on the stability of hydrogen gas where atomic component of gas is being transformed into molecule or solid state. The study of propagation of sound and thermal waves in a non-reacting fluid is carried out. The fluid is assumed to be cooled or heated by non-specified by a heat loss function L . Thermal condition is taken into account. The stability criterion is deduced with linear perturbation theory similar to Field analysis.The conditions of stability and instability has been derived from the relevant dispersion relation under varying assumptions.

Key words : Suspended particles, Dispersion relation, Stability, Instability, Fluid, Heat loss function, Linearization.

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