The critical conditions of the thermal regime in a generalized couette flow
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We examine the nonisothermal steady-state flow of a Newtonian fluid between two parallel plates with consideration of the energy dissipation and in the assumption of a hyperbolic relationship between viscosity and temperature under various temperature boundary conditions. It is assumed that the upper plate is moving at a constant speed and that there is a pressure difference across the space between the plates in the direction of plate motion.
KeywordsViscosity Boundary Condition Statistical Physic Energy Dissipation Critical Condition
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