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Mason, E. , and Vanderslice, J. , "Interaction Energies and Transport Coefficients of Li + H and 0 + H Gas Mixtures at High Temperatures," The Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 39, Nov. 15, 1963, pp. 2399-2408. Transport Properties Associated with Entry into the Atmosphere of Titan Beverly Flori* and Louis Biolsit University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, Mo. Abstract In this paper the transport properties in the atmosphere of Titan and at the shock front and the probe surface for nonablative entry into Titan's atmosphere are calculated, using the kinetic theory of gases.
3>4 Experimental data^»6 for the H-N2 and CH4-CH4 interactions were originally curve f1t^»6 W1*th the repulsive inverse power (RIP) potential. However, we have curve fit the experimental results with the ER potential without any loss of accuracy. This has been done to minimize the number of different potentials used to calculate the transport properties. , V(AIP) = -C/rD (2) 3 where C7 and D are empirical constants. The H-H( £) interaction *12 was curve fit9"11 with the ER potential. 94 <- +• ^ n « n 4- •!
Intermolecular potentials of interest may be classified according to their binary collision dynamics, and in particular to the occurrance of orbiting collisions/ The phenomenon of orbiting is best described by means of Fig. 1, which shows the simplest case of the H-H potential and its associated family of effective potential curves. When E and b are chosen such that the line of constant E is tangent to the associated effective potential curve, orbiting occurs. There is a nonintegrable infinity in the integrand of Eq.