Viscous Flow Due to Accelerated/Decelerated Stretching Surfaces
Boundary layer flows due to different stretching surfaces have been considered in this chapter. The designation of the wall velocities as accelerated or decelerated has also been highlighted as it plays an important role in the understanding of shrinking sheet flows, in particular. Equivalence of the two-dimensional and the disk cases has been proved and it is shown that the disk case can easily be recovered from the two-dimensional case.
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