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    2-Aubert C.& Stephane C. 2001 High-Order Boundary Conditions for Gaseous Flows in Rectangular Microducts. Nano. and Micro. Thermo. Eng. 5, 41 -54.

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    5-Barrat J.-L. & Bocquet L. 2007 Flow boundary conditions from nano- to micro-scales, Soft Matter 3, 686-693.

    6-Bartel, T. J., Gallis, M. A. & Plimpton S. 2001 Icarus: a 2D direct-simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) code for multi-processor computers. Sandia Report no. 2001-2901.

    7-Beskok A.& Karniadakis, G. E. (1999) Report: A model for flows in channels, pipes and ducts at mocro and nano scales. Nano. Micro. Thermophysical Eng. 3, 43 – 77.

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    11-Crochet M.J. & Purnode B. 1996 Flows of polymer solutions through contractions Part 1: flows of polyacrylamide solutions through planar contractions. J. Non-Newt. Fluid Mech. 65, 269-289.

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    14-Gallis M.A. , Reese J. M.& Lockerby D. A. 2003 New Directions in Fluid Dynamics: Non-Equilibrium Aerodynamic and Microsystem Flows. Phil. Trans.: Math., Phys. and Eng. Sci. 361, 2967-2988.

    15- Gallis M.A, Lockerby D.A.& Reese J.M. 2005 The usefulness of higher-order constitutive relations for describing the Knudsen layer. Phys. Fluids 17, 100691-9.

    16- Fukagata K., Kasagi N. & Koumoutsakos P. 2006 A theoretical prediction of friction drag reduction in turbulent flow by superhydrophobic surfaces. Phys. Fluids 18, 051703-4.


    17-Hadjiconstantinou N. G. 2003 Comment on Cercignani's second-order slip coefficient. Phys. Fluids 15, 2352-4.

    18- Hadjiconstantinou N. G. and Simek O. (2002) Constant-Wall-Temperature Nusselt Number in Micro and Nano-Channels. Transactions of the ASME: J. heat Transfer 124, 356-364.

    19-Lockerby D. A. & Reese J. M. 2003 High-resolution Burnett simulations of micro Couette flow and heat transfer. J. Comp. Phys. 188, 333-347.

    20- Lockerby D. A., Reese J. M., Emerson D. R. & Barber R. W. 2004 Velocity boundary condition at solid walls in rarefied gas calculations. Phys. Rev. E 70, 0173031-4.

    21- Lockerty D. A. , Reese J.M. & Gallis M. A. 2005 Capturingthe Knudsen layer in continuum-fluid models of nonequilibrim gas flow. AIAA Journal 43, 139113-93.

    22- Lockerty D. A. , Reese J.M. & Gallis M. A. 2005 The usefulness of higher-order constitutive relations for describing the Knudsen layer. Phys. Fluids 17 , 100609


    23-Lauga E. & Stone H. A. 2003 Effective slip in pressure-driven Stokes flow. J. Fluid. Mech. 489, 55-77.

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    25- Min T. & Kim J. 2004 Effects of hydrophobic surface on skin-friction drag. Phys. Fluids 16, L55


    26- Richardson S. 1973 On the no-slip boundary condition. J. Fluid Mech. 59 707-719.

    27- Sone Y. 2002 kinetic Theory and Fluid Dynamics. Boston, Birkhauser.

    28-Sunarso A., Mori N. & Yamamoto T. 2007 Numerical analysis of wall slip effects on flow of newtonian and non-newtonian fluids in macro and micro Contraction Channels. J. Fluids Eng.129, 23-30.

    29-Wapperom P., Keunings R. & Legat V. 2000 The backward-tracking Lagrangian particle method for transient viscoelastic flows. J. Non-Newt. Fluid Mech. 91, 273-295.

    30-White, F. M.1999 Fluid mechanics. Boston. McGraw-Hill