axisymmetric flow

axisymmetric flow

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(fluid mechanics)
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Barlat, "Modeling axisymmetric flow through a converging channel with an arbitrary yield condition," Acta Mechanica, vol.
Later chapters deal with advanced gas dynamics, viscous/inviscid fluid dynamics, exact solutions for a viscous flow, and laminar boundary-layer theory for steady two-dimensional or axisymmetric flow.
Boundary layer equations fortwo dimensional and axisymmetric flow, AIChE Journal, vol.
Boundary-layer equations for two-dimensional and axisymmetric flow, AIChE, 7: 2.
As the Reynolds number characterizing the airflow is very large, and assuming that the flow remains laminar and it does not separate, the corresponding governing equations are derived by using a classical boundary layer type analysis for the axisymmetric flow past a body of revolution [21, 22].
Homotopy perturbation method and axisymmetric flow over a stretching sheet.
Internal inserts can either convert axisymmetric flow to plane flow type or to complex--but more favourable--flow forms.
It is defined as the steady axisymmetric flow of an incompressible, viscous fluid, and it is employed in cases where the viscous forces dominate the inertial ones or, equivalently, when the Reynolds number is much less than 1; that is, Re [much less than] 1 [1].
Boundary -layer equations for two- dimensional and axisymmetric flow, J.
Sajid, "Analytic solution for axisymmetric flow and heat transfer of a second grade fluid past a stretching sheet," International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol.