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Heat Transfer Research

DOI: 10.1615/HeatTransRes.v42.i5.50
pages 461-472

Chemical Reactions Involving Electronically Excited Molecules, Atoms, and Radicals in Gas Mixtures Containing Nitrogen, Methane, and the Products of Their Thermal Decomposition

S. A. Losev
Instutute of Mechanics, M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University,Moscow, Russia
V. N. Yarygina
Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State Scientific Practical Enterprise "Basalt", Russia

RÉSUMÉ

An analysis of the kinetic processes involving electronically excited components in gas media containing nitrogen and methane behind the shock wave front is carried out. A set of electronically excited components to be taken into account in modeling the processes of the entry of flying vehicles into the atmosphere of Titan has been determined. A data base on the rate constants of reactions with the participation of electronically excited particles in high-temperature methane-nitrogen mixtures is demonstrated.