Self-similar solutions of non-Newtonian fluid boundary layer in MHD
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The self-similar solutions of the boundary layer for a non-Newtonian fluid in MHD were considered in [1, 2] for a power-law velocity distribution along the outer edge of the layer and constant electrical conductivity through the entire flow. However, the MHD flows of many conducting media, which are solutions or molten metals, cannot be described by the MHD equations for non-Newtonian fluids.
The self-similar solutions of the boundary layer for a non-Newtonian fluid without account for interaction with the electromagnetic field were studied in .
In the following we present the self-similar solutions for the boundary layer of pseudoplastic and dilatant fluids with account for the interaction with an electromagnetic field for the case of a power-law velocity distribution along the outer edge of the layer, when the conductivity of the fluid is constant throughout the flow and the magnetic Reynolds number is small.
KeywordsBoundary Layer Electrical Conductivity Reynolds Number Electromagnetic Field Velocity Distribution
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