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Electric discharge in a jet of conducting viscous fluid


The effect of a jet flow on an electric discharge is demonstrated within the framework of the theory of the magnetic boundary layer of the second kind at Reynolds numbers rm ≫1.

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Vulis, L.A., Dzhaugashtin, K.E. Electric discharge in a jet of conducting viscous fluid. J Appl Mech Tech Phys 7, 24–26 (1966).

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