Laminar flow between porous disks for intense homogeneous asymmetric inflow and outflow
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In [1–3], a class of self-similar solutions was considered for the flow of incompressible fluid in a plane channel with porous walls, through which there is homogeneous symmetric inflow or outflow. An analogous class of self-similar solutions for flow between porous disks with natural homogeneous conditions at the periphery was considered in , where the asymptotic behavior of these solutions at a small Reynolds number of the outflow R was investigated, and the limiting form of the solution for symmetric outflow with R=∞ was noted. In the present paper, the boundary-function method is applied to the singular problem corresponding to the flow between porous disks for asymmetric inflow and outflow characterized by large R.
KeywordsReynolds Number Asymptotic Behavior Laminar Flow Porous Wall Incompressible Fluid
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