Two-Dimensional Non-similar Flows
In the previous part, it has been seen that the wall velocities either follow the power law or the exponential forms in order to ensure the self-similar solution. Particular to the two-dimensional case, all other forms of the wall velocities result in the nonsimilar flows. In this chapter, the nonsimilar formulation for the planar two-dimensional case has been presented. As an examplary case, the accelerated and decelerated wall velocities of Howarth's type has been investigated in detail.