Perturbed motion of a viscous fluid layer on the surface of a rotating cylinder

  • V. E. Epikhin
  • P. N. Konon
  • V. Ya. Shkadov


We investigate the plane flow of a viscous fluid layer plane flow on the surface of a cylinder rotating with a constant angular velocity with account for inertia forces and the acceleration of gravity.


Statistical Physic Angular Velocity Inertia Force Viscous Fluid Fluid Layer 
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  • V. E. Epikhin
  • P. N. Konon
  • V. Ya. Shkadov

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