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Resolution of an initial shear flow discontinuity in one-dimensional hydromagnetic flow.

by Jack Bazer

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Published by Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in New York .
Written in English


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Pagination117 p.
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The steady shear stress versus shear rate curves exhibit two main and stable branches separated by a discontinuity. The first branch of the flow curve is Newtonian and shear thickening, whereas. shear flow, since it breaks the constraint oflocal conserva­ tion of vorticity and thus makes the shear flow free energy accessible. In this case, the existence of an inflection point is not necessary for instability. Kent 10 has shown that a stable symmetric flow can be driven unstable by a symmetric mag­ netic field if, on the boundary A = °.

Boundary layer flow and heat transfer CONCLUSION The effects of power law index of the surface temperature variation (exponent), magnetic parameter and variable parameter on a hydromagnetic flow and heat transfer on a continuously moving surface have been studied numerically using the. Three-Dimensional Hydromagnetic Flow Arising In a Porous Flat Slider Boğaç Bilgiç, Bahar Alanbel Ersin, Serdar Barış (Faculty Of Engineering, Department Of Mechanical Engineering / Istanbul University, Turkey) ABSTRACT: The problem considered here is the injection of a viscous fluid through a moving flat plate in.

Non-parallel propagation of hydromagnetic surface waves in the presence of steady shear-flows Article in Astronomy and Astrophysics (3) · June with 5 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Fluid motion can be said to be a two-dimensional flow when the flow velocity at every point is parallel to a fixed plane. The velocity at any point on a given normal to that fixed plane should be constant. Flow velocity in two dimensional flows. Flow.


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Resolution of an initial shear flow discontinuity in one-dimensional hydromagnetic flow by Jack Bazer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Resolution of an Initial Shear-Flow Discontinuity in One-Dimensional Hydromagnetic Flow. Authors: Bazer, J. Publication: Astrophysical Journal, vol Send high resolution image to Level 2 Postscript Printer.

Send low resolution image to Level 2 Postscript Printer. Send low resolution image to Level 1 Postscript Printer. Get high resolution. A variety of problems can be reduced to the problem of the resolution of an arbitrary disturbance: the collision of masses of gas moving to- wards each other; various collisions of plane discontinuity surfaces; gases flying apart from each other; problems in which two motionless gases, in contact with each other at the initial instant, are compressed to different pressures and are in different magnetic Cited by: Diagrams for the case of resolution of a discontinuity when the field is normal to the discontinuity on one side and arbitrary on the other are nearly equivalent to the diagrams obtained by consideration of the general case of resolution [5,6], except that the magnetohydrodynamic waves going to the side of the normal field are to be replaced by gas- dynamic waves of the same ogmaexpo.com by: Bazer, J.

"Resolution of an Initial Shear-Flow Discontinuity in One-Dimensional Hydromagnetic Flow", Astrophysical Journal Hubert Chanson (1, words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article. Mar 01,  · Magnetoacoustic simple waves in a polytropic gas. Bazer,Resolution of an Initial Shear Flow Discontinuity in One-dimensional Hydromagnetic Flow.

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BASIC EQUATIONS FOR HYDROMAGNETIC TURBULENT SHEAR FLOW We consider steady state hydromagnetic turbulent shear flow of an incompressible viscous, electrically-conducting fluid between two uniformly porous parallel planes distance a apart, using a cartesian coordinate system with x-axis along the main flow direction parallel to the planes, y-axis normal to the planes and z-axis transverse Cited by: 1.

Hydromagnetic turbulent shear flow between two infinite uniformly porous planes in the presence of (i) axial and (ii) transverse magnetic field was studied in Flow—I by adopting the semi-empirical approach first initiated by Kampe de Feriet[1] and developed later on by Pai[2,3] for studying turbulent shear flow through ogmaexpo.com by: 1.

A special case of the intermediate shock is referred to as a rotational discontinuity. They are isentropic. All thermodynamic quantities are continuous across the shock, but the tangential component of the magnetic field can "rotate".

Intermediate shocks in general however, unlike rotational discontinuities, can have a discontinuity in the pressure. This chapter describes the interaction of hydromagnetic waves.

It suggests that when both boundary and initial conditions are specified, interactions will take place between the hydromagnetic simple waves, shocks, and contact discontinuities.

On hydromagnetic turbulent shear flow between moving parallel planes. Abstract. Hydromagnetic turbulent shear flow of viscous, incompressible, electrically conducting fluid between two infinite uniformly porous moving parallel planes in the presence of axial and transverse magnetic field has been studied by the semi-empirical ogmaexpo.com: D.

Sanyal, S. Roy Chowdhury. Dec 01,  · Simple one-dimensional wave motion in an infinitely conducting, electrically neutral, elastic medium in the presence of a magnetic field is studied.

All physical quantities are required to depend on only one space variable and time; however, no restriction is placed on the orientations of the velocity, magnetic and strain ogmaexpo.com by: Mar 01,  · It is further shown that the hydromagnetic stability characteristics of a perturbed vortex sheet correspond to those of a smoothly-varying shear-layer flow for long-wave disturbances — a result that has been only conjectured in the hydromagnetic case in Drazin's analysis without proof (though an analogous result is well established for the Author: B.

Shivamoggi. Abstract. The hydromagnetic vertical free shear layers, which occur in a linearized steady axisymmetric flow of an electrically conducting homogeneous fluid, confined between two electrically insulated differentially rotating identical parallel plates, are ogmaexpo.com by: 5.

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flow (that is, a flow in which the vortex filaments are normal to the stream. lines) passes along a bent ductor around obstacles immersed in the flowspro. duce a distribution of vorticity and an accompanying velocity distribution. which has so far defied exact analysis. A study is made of the stability of a stratified shear flow in a perfectly conducting fluid in the presence of an external magnetic field aligned with the flow.

A sufficient condition for stability of the flow is derived. A semi-circle theorem for the present hydromagnetic case is ogmaexpo.com by: 1. Migration of rigid spheres in a two-dimensional unidirectional shear flow of a second-order fluid By B. HO AND L. LEAL Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena (Received 11 September and in revised form 10 May ) The lateral migration of a neutrally buoyant rigid sphere suspended in a second.

Dissipative instability of the MHD tangential discontinuity in magnetized plasmas with anisotropic viscosity and thermal conductivity. a shear flow at a tangential discontinuity embedded in a.

assumed to be isothermal but at different temperatures. The governing equations for the one-dimensional steady flow are formulated following Marble () and extended to include the influence of Darcian porous drag, Forcheimmer quadratic drag, buoyancy effects, Lorentz body force (hydromagnetic retardation force).Three Dimensional Rotating Hydromagnetic Transient Convection Flow of Liquid Metal in Porous Mediums.

is in the plane. A strong magnetic field acts. X-Y transversely to the flow direction at Z = 0. The fluid and the plate are assumed to be in a state of rigid rotation.

They both possess a .Jump to navigation Jump to search. The term shear flow is used in solid mechanics as well as in fluid dynamics. The expression shear flow is used to indicate: a shear stress over a distance in a thin-walled structure (in solid mechanics); the flow induced by a force (in a fluid).