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Comments on ``Cylindrical Poiseuille Flow of a Rarefied Gas''
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1.C. Cercignani and F. Sernagiotto, Phys. Fluids 9, 40 (1966).
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2.L. M. Lund and A. S. Berman, J. Appl. Phys. 37, 2489 (1966).
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3.L. M. Lund and A. S. Berman, J. Appl. Phys. 37, 2496 (1966).
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4.The slip factor σ used in the work of Lund and Berman is not the same as the slip constant σ used by Cercignani and Sernagiotto, even though the same symbol has been used by coincidence.
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5.The figure includes inverse Knudsen numbers in the range For larger δ, the flow rates obtained from the experimental equation and the BGK equation approach each other and become equal when slip effects are no longer important.
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Scitation: Comments on ``Cylindrical Poiseuille Flow of a Rarefied Gas''
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