Hartmann flow

Hartmann flow

[′härt·män ‚flō]
(plasma physics)
The steady flow of an electrically conducting fluid between two parallel plates when there is a uniform applied magnetic field normal to the plates.
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The study of convective Hartmann flow and heat transfer between two parallel plates is receiving considerable interest in the current literature.