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Transport properties of high-temperature Jupiter atmosphere components
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10.1063/1.3495980
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Viscosity of equilibrium helium plasma, at 1 atm pressure, compared with results by Capitelli (Ref. 63) (open circles) and by Aubreton (Ref. 5) (open triangles).

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FIG. 2.

Total thermal conductivity of equilibrium helium plasma, at 1 atm pressure, compared with results by Capitelli (Ref. 63) (open circles) and by Aubreton (Ref. 5) (open triangles).

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FIG. 3.

Viscosity of equilibrium hydrogen plasma, at 1 atm pressure, compared with results by different authors. Capitelli (Ref. 64) (dotted line), Devoto (Ref. 65) (closed squares), Murphy (Ref. 6) (open circles), and Boulos (Ref. 66) (open triangles).

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FIG. 4.

Total thermal conductivity of equilibrium hydrogen plasma, at 1 atm pressure, compared with results by different authors. Capitelli (Ref. 64) (dotted line), Devoto (Ref. 65) (closed squares), Murphy (Ref. 6) (open circles), and Boulos (Ref. 66) (open triangles).

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FIG. 5.

Viscosity for single species (lines) compared with results by Biolsi (Ref. 1) (open markers) and by Hansen (Ref. 2) (closed markers).

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FIG. 6.

Viscosity of equilibrium Jupiter atmosphere, at 1 atm pressure, compared with results by Biolsi (Ref. 1) (open circles) and by Hansen (Ref. 2) (open triangles).

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FIG. 7.

Total thermal conductivity of equilibrium Jupiter atmosphere, at 1 atm pressure, compared with results by Biolsi (Ref. 1) (open circles) and by Hansen (Ref. 2) (open triangles).

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FIG. 8.

Internal thermal conductivity of equilibrium Jupiter atmosphere, at 1 atm pressure, compared with results by Biolsi (Ref. 1) (open circles). The results obtained by Bruno (Ref. 70) for equilibrium hydrogen plasma including (dash-dotted line) and neglecting (dotted line) the effect of electronically excited states are also reported.

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FIG. 9.

Viscosity as a function of temperature for strongly nonequilibrium conditions of Jupiter atmosphere, at 1 atm pressure, compared with equilibrium case (see Table X for fixed compositions).

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FIG. 10.

Partial translational thermal conductivity as a function of temperature for strongly non-equilibrium conditions of Jupiter atmosphere, at 1 atm pressure, compared with equilibrium case.

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FIG. 11.

Electrical conductivity as a function of temperature for strongly nonequilibrium conditions of Jupiter atmosphere, at 1 atm pressure, compared with equilibrium case.

Tables

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Table I.

Fitting coefficients, entering Eq. (11), for in heavy-particle interactions.

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Table II.

Polarizability values for Jupiter atmosphere species.

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Table III.

Fitting coefficients, entering Eq. (11), for in -neutral interactions.

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Table IV.

Parameters of phenomenological potential for interactions relevant to Jupiter atmosphere.

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Table V.

Fitting coefficients, entering Eq. (17), for in neutral-ion interactions [to be added to the elastic contribution in order to obtain the effective odd-order collision integrals by Eq. (16)].

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Table VI.

Fitting coefficients, entering Eq. (19), for in electron-neutral interactions.

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Table VII.

Transport coefficients {viscosity [kg/(m s)], electrical conductivity (S/m), thermal conductivity contributions [W/(m K)]} of equilibrium helium plasma.

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Table VIII.

Transport coefficients {viscosity [kg/(m s)], electrical conductivity (S/m), thermal conductivity contributions [W/(m K)]} of equilibrium hydrogen plasma.

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Table IX.

Transport coefficients {viscosity [kg/(m s)], electrical conductivity (S/m), and thermal conductivity contributions [W/(m K)]} of equilibrium ten-species Jupiter atmosphere.

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Table X.

Nonequilibrium compositions, cases .

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Scitation: Transport properties of high-temperature Jupiter atmosphere components
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