## Outer planet entry heating and thermal protectionRaymond Viskanta American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Jan 1, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 404 pages |

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six potential is given by where the

attractive potential well, the internuclear separation at the minimum in the

potential, and the steepness of the repulsive part of the potential, respectively.

Transport ...

six potential is given by where the

**parameters**e, rm, and a are the depth of theattractive potential well, the internuclear separation at the minimum in the

potential, and the steepness of the repulsive part of the potential, respectively.

Transport ...

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The method consists of 1) identifying

sources of uncertainty, 2) determining the heat-shield recession as each

interval of each ...

The method consists of 1) identifying

**parameters**which represent the majorsources of uncertainty, 2) determining the heat-shield recession as each

**parameter**is varied about its nominal value, 3) determining the uncertaintyinterval of each ...

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and the uncertainty in S can be related to the uncertainty in each of the

Eq. (3) if 1) the

and the uncertainty in S can be related to the uncertainty in each of the

**parameters**of Eq. (3). B. Error Analysis Statistical error analysis can be applied toEq. (3) if 1) the

**parameters**are independent, 2) the uncertainties in the**parameters**are ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Effects of Atmospheric Structure on Radiative Heating | 3 |

Radiative Flux Penetration through a Blown Shock Layer | 22 |

Approximate In viscid Radiating Flowfieid Analysis | 42 |

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