Curved flow of a viscous liquid in an axiradial channel
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The motion of a viscous liquid is an axiradial channel with curving of the flow is investigated with the aid of the implicit method of splitting according to spatial variables. The effect of the Reynolds number and of the intensity of the curving on the formation of regions of reverse flows is established.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Reynolds Number Spatial Variable Curve Flow Reverse Flow
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