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- A Hierarchy of transport approximations for high energy heavy (HZE) ions
- A gas-kinetic scheme for reactive flows
- A treatise on radiative transfer
- An introduction to the theory of the Boltzmann equation
- Application of stochastic methods to the simulation of large-scale unsaturated flow and transport
- Atmospheric transport processes
- Basis of nonsymmetrical hydromechanics
- Basis of nonsymmetrical hydromechanics
- Benchmark solutions for the galactic heavy-ion transport equations with energy and spatial coupling
- Calculations and curve fits of thermodynamic and transport properties for equilibrium air to 30 000 K
- Chapman-Enskog solutions to arbitrary order in Sonine polynomials
- Chemical kinetics and transport
- Chemical vapor transport reactions
- Chemical vapor transport reactions
- Collisional activation in gases
- Connection between the lattice Boltzmann equation and the beam scheme
- Corrections to the participant-spectator model of high-energy alpha-particle fragmentation
- Crystal growth of ZnSe and related ternary compound semiconductors by physical vapor transport : contract number NAS8-39718 : final report
- Electric properties of weakly nonideal plasmas
- Electrons and phonons : the theory of transport phenomena in solids
- Elements of transport phenomena
- Energy transfer in radiation processes : chemical, physical, and biological aspects ; proceedings
- Entropy methods for the Boltzmann equation : lectures from a special semester at the Centre Émile Borel, Institut H. Poincaré, Paris, 2001
- Experimental thermodynamics, Volume IX, Advances in transport properties of fluids
- Fluid transport : theory, dynamics and applications
- Fluid transport : theory, dynamics and applications
- Focus on porous media research
- Focus on porous media research
- Groundwater reactive transport models
- HZETRN : a heavy ion/nucleon transport code for space radiations
- Hypocoercivity
- Interdisciplinary transport phenomena : fluid, thermal, biological, materials and space sciences
- Kinetic theory in the expanding universe
- Lecture notes on the discretization of the Boltzmann equation
- Lecture notes on the discretization of the Boltzmann equation
- Mathematical methods in particle transport theory
- Microscopic chaos, fractals and transport in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics
- Microscopic chaos, fractals and transport in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics
- Modeling of flow transition using an intermittency transport equation
- Multiple scattering processes : inverse and direct
- Multiscale thermal transport in energy systems
- Multiscale thermal transport in energy systems
- New trends in mechanics and transport
- Nonequilibrium quantum transport physics in nanosystems : foundation of computational nonequilibrium physics in nanoscience and nanotechnology
- Nonequilibrium quantum transport physics in nanosystems : foundation of computational nonequilibrium physics in nanoscience and nanotechnology
- Nonlinear ordinary differential equations in transport processes
- Nonlinear ordinary differential equations in transport processes
- Physique statistique hors d'équilibre : processus irréversibles linéaires
- Porous media : fluid transport and pore structure
- Radiation in the atmosphere
- Radiative transfer on discrete spaces
- Relativistic kinetic theory : principles and applications
- Renormalization group analysis of the Reynolds stress transport equation
- Scattering matrix approach to non-stationary quantum transport
- Scattering matrix approach to non-stationary quantum transport
- Semiconductor nanostructures : quantum states and electronic transport
- Semiconductor nanostructures : quantum states and electronic transport
- Slip-boundary equations for multicomponent nonequilibrium airflow
- Some aspects of non-equilibrium thermodynamics in the presence of a radiation field
- Spectral methods in linear transport theory
- Statistical mechanical theories of transport processes
- Stochastic dynamics and Boltzmann hierarchy
- Stochastic dynamics and Boltzmann hierarchy
- Stochastic processes in chemical physics
- Stochastic processes in chemical physics : the master equation
- The Boltzmann equation
- The Boltzmann equation and its applications
- The Milne problem with anisotropic scattering
- The diffusion and drift of electrons in gases
- The relation of heat transfer to mass transfer in vaporization through porous membranes
- The roles of fluid motion and other transport phenomena in the morphology of materials : final report, July 1983 - December 1987
- The roles of fluid motion and other transport phenomena in the morphology of materials : final technical report, September 1988 - December 1992
- Theory and application of the Boltzmann equation
- Theory of the lattice Boltzmann method : dispersion, dissipation, isotropy, Galilean invariance, and stability
- Theory of the lattice Boltzmann method : lattice Boltzmann models for non-ideal gases
- Transport analysis
- Transport phenomena
- Transport phenomena and membrane digestion in small intestinal mucosa : an electrophysiological approach
- Transport phenomena in fluids
- Transport phenomena in metallurgy
- Transport problems with a focus on fluid and heat flow : special topic volume with invited peer reviewed papers only
- Transport properties in polymers
- Transport properties of dense plasma
- Turbulent transport in magnetized plasmas
- Turbulent transport in magnetized plasmas
- Vapor emission to outdoor air and enclosed spaces for human health risk assessment : site characterization, monitoring, and modeling
- Vapor emission to outdoor air and enclosed spaces for human health risk assessment : site characterization, monitoring, and modeling

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