aerothermochemistry

aerothermochemistry

[¦e·rō‚thər·mō′kem·ə·strē]
(fluid mechanics)
The study of gases which takes into account the effect of motion, heat, and chemical changes.
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Prud'homme (emeritus, aerothermics and mechanical modeling, National Center of Scientific Research, Paris) explains that aerothermochemistry is a new scientific discipline mainly concerned with establishing coherent systems of equations, with their boundary and interface conditions, that can model and deal with complex situations involving multiple parameters.