Cooling Granular Gas — Haff's Law
This chapter discusses cooling granular gas. During the first stage of its evolution, a force-free, initially uniform granular gas remains homogeneous, while the mean velocity of its particles decreases continuously. This stage is called the homogeneous cooling state. In this regime, the granular temperature decays according to Haff's law.
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