Three-dimensional viscous jet flow with plane free boundaries
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The problem of steady three-dimensional viscous flow with plane free boundaries, induced by a linear source or sink, is solved. The nonuniqueness of the solution in the case of a source and its vanishing in the case of a sink, as the Reynolds number reaches a certain critical value, is proved. The problem is investigated within the framework of the known class of the exact solutions of Navier–Stokes equations generalized in this study.
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