A model with 16 moments is here presented in the framework of RET of polyatomic gases. It furnishes as principal subsystem the relativistic counterpart of a work by Arima T., Ruggeri T., Sugiyama M.; this is present in literature and treats the non relativistic case which incorporates relaxation processes of molecular rotation and vibration. Another principal subsystem is the natural extension of the 14 moments model by Pennisi S. and Ruggeri T.; this is also present in literature in the relativistic framework but where the trace of the third balance equation is neglected. Its extension is found here for the case when this trace isn’t neglected.

A 16 Moments Model in Relativistic Extended Thermodynamics of Rarefied Polyatomic Gas

Pennisi S.;Carrisi M. C.
2021-01-01

Abstract

A model with 16 moments is here presented in the framework of RET of polyatomic gases. It furnishes as principal subsystem the relativistic counterpart of a work by Arima T., Ruggeri T., Sugiyama M.; this is present in literature and treats the non relativistic case which incorporates relaxation processes of molecular rotation and vibration. Another principal subsystem is the natural extension of the 14 moments model by Pennisi S. and Ruggeri T.; this is also present in literature in the relativistic framework but where the trace of the third balance equation is neglected. Its extension is found here for the case when this trace isn’t neglected.
Relativistic extended thermodynamics; Polyatomic gases
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