The dynamic behaviour of compressible fluids depends crucially on the curvature of isentropes in the pressure/specific volume diagram. Most conveniently this curvature is expressed in form of a non‐dimensional quantity Γ now commonly referred to as the fundamental derivative of gasdynamics, Thompson . Bethe‐Zel'dovich‐Thompson (BZT) fluids have the distinguishing property that they exhibit embedded regions in the general neighbourhood of the thermodynamic critical point where Γ is negative in contrast to classical gases of low molecular complexity including perfect gases where Γ is strictly positive.
Proceedings in Applied Mathematics & Mechanics – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2017
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