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Flow of a viscous liquid between moving permeable surfaces

  • A. M. Volk
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Abstract

Plane motion of a viscous incompressible liquid between rotating coaxial permeable vertical cylinders of infinite length and flow between moving horizontal permeable planes are considered. Exact solutions are obtained for the Navier-Stokes equation in the case of a constant volume flow rate of a liquid in the direction normal to the surface. The boundary layer and mainstream flows are investigated.

Keywords

Boundary Layer Statistical Physic Exact Solution Volume Flow Constant Volume 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1994

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  • A. M. Volk

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