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Question about rarefied thermodynamics

by codemercenary
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Sep23-13, 01:29 AM
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I'm studying applications of thermal transpiration, and I'd like to know if anyone knows the equations that can be used to describe the thermodynamics of a rarefied gas. Specifically, I'd like to know what equations can be used as the basis for a Monte Carlo simulation. I'm assuming that convective effects aren't going to be dominating here--at least not in the way I'm used to.

Any pointers or suggestions as to where I should look first?
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