Flow of an electrically conducting non-newtonian fluid between two rotating coaxial cones in the presence of external magnetic field due to an axial current
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Bhatnagar and Rathna (Quar. Journ. Mech. Appl. Maths., 1963,16, 329) investigated the flows of Newtonian, Reiner-Rivlin and Rivlin-Ericksen fluids between two rotating coaxial cones. In case of the last two types of fluids, they predicted the breaking of secondary flow field in any meridian plane. We find that such breaking is avoided by the application of a sufficiently strong azimuthal magnetic field arising from a line current along the axis of the cones.
- Flow of an electrically conducting non-newtonian fluid between two rotating coaxial cones in the presence of external magnetic field due to an axial current
Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Section A
Volume 59, Issue 5 , pp 269-284
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