A finite-difference technique is proposed for calculating flows in plane channels with arbitrary curvilinear boundaries. The technique is used to study motion in a channel with a rotating section.
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Karyakin, V.E., Karyakin, Y.E. & Nesterov, A.Y. Numerical modeling of the unsteady flow of a viscous fluid in rotating channels. Journal of Engineering Physics 54, 17–22 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00870221
- Statistical Physic
- Numerical Modeling
- Viscous Fluid
- Unsteady Flow
- Plane Channel