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Note on the relation between thermophoresis and slow uniform flow problems for a rarefied gas
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30.It is called Boltzmann–Krook–Welander (BKW) model in Refs. 26 and 27 because of the independent contribution of Welander.
32.If the boundary is convex, there exists a much thinner layer, the so-called S-layer, at the bottom of the Knudsen layer. However, this fact does not affect the consequence of the subsequent discussions. See, for example, Ref. 7, Chap. 3.7 of Ref. 26 and Ref.  therein. We merely ignore it in the present paper.
33.In Ref. 14, is expressed in terms of by the use of the relation that exceptionally holds for BGK model. It should be noted that this relation does not hold in general.
34.It would be fair to explicitly state that we checked the consistency of Roldughin’s relation only for the situation that the temperature of the sphere is uniform (or the case with a sphere of infinitely high thermal conductivity).
36.The curvature is defined so as to be negative when the corresponding center of curvature lies on the gas side.
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