In this paper the problem is treated of the motion and number density of particles, initially at rest, under gravity in an incompressible, viscous fluid round a vertical, solid circular cylinder in oscillatory rotation. Explicit expressions are found for the particle velocities under certain conditions, the limitations of which are discussed. Methods are shown for finding trajectories and number densities of the particles. Simple asymptotic expressions are derived.
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Miller, D.A. Dusty fluid round a cylinder in oscillatory rotation. Appl. Sci. Res. 20, 81–97 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00382385
- Explicit Expression
- Particle Velocity
- Circular Cylinder
- Viscous Fluid
- Asymptotic Expression