First-order approximation in a steady fluid flow problem with surface forces taken into account
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The plane problem of finding the shape of the free surface of an ideal incompressible fluid is considered for a fully developed discharge from an infinite layer through a point sink. The gravitational and surface stress forces are taken into account.
KeywordsFree Surface Fluid Flow Plane Problem Flow Problem Incompressible Fluid
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