nonideal gas

nonideal gas

[′nän·ī‚dēl ′gas]
(statistical mechanics)
A gas whose molecules have significant interaction, more than that needed to bring about the equilibrium.
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In the present paper, the nonstandard analysis is used to derive the jump conditions across the shock wave in one-dimensional, unsteady, inviscid flow of nonideal gas in the presence of magnetic field.
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Nonideal gas expansion considerations can become important when the reference position of the gas from its critical state is changed over processing conditions.
A numerical friendly form of Redlich-Kwong cubic equation [14] of state in compressibility factor, Z, is used to model nonideal gas behavior.
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[33,34] build a multiscale scheme to capture both slip and nonideal gas effects and considered the Enskog equation to cover the dense gas effect in the nanochannel.