Equations and forms of motion of a jet flowing onto a liquid
A nonlinear theory is constructed for a thin jet of nonviscous, incompressible, weightless fluid flowing from a nozzle onto the surface of an immobile heavy liquid. The theory is asymptotically (over jet thickness) more accurate than that presented in . Forms of the flow are studied as functions of nozzle, jet, and heavy liquid parameters.
KeywordsFluid Flow Nonlinear Theory Heavy Liquid Liquid Parameter Weightless Fluid
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