We propose a mathematical model for the flow of an irregular viscous fluid between two revolving cylinders in a bipolar coordinate system. We present an analytic solution of the system of equations obtained, and we also obtain formulas for determining velocity fields, temperature fields, and energy characteristics.
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Bekin, N.G., Litvinov, V.V. & Petrushanskii, V.Y. Analysis of the flow of an irregular viscous fluid between two revolving cylinders. Journal of Engineering Physics 30, 165–170 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00859744
- Mathematical Model
- Statistical Physic
- Coordinate System
- Velocity Field
- Temperature Field