Steady streaming in oscillatory viscous flow under a transverse magnetic field

Cuevas, Sergio; Ramos, Eduardo
May 1997
Physics of Fluids;May97, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p1430
Academic Journal
Focuses on the oscillatory laminar boundary layer flow of an electrically conducting fluid near an insulating solid body under a transverse, uniform magnetic field. Assumption on the production of a two-dimensional flow; Solution of boundary layer equations; Reduction of magnetohydrodynamic flow to the hydrodynamic limit when the magnetic field vanishes.


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