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Physics of Fluids
A binary mixture of gases is confined in a gap between two coaxial circular cylinders rotating at different angular velocities. One of the component gases is the vapor of the substance that forms the cylinders, so that evaporation or condensation ͑or sublimation͒ of the vapor may take place on the surfaces of the cylinders. The other component is a noncondensable gas that neither evaporates nor condenses on the surfaces. Axisymmetric and axially uniform flows ͑the cylindrical Couette flow͒ ofdoi:10.1063/1.2336455 fatcat:zfw4wlqsmvcfjizptphqyaspqa