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- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 2015

This article is concerned with the periodic flow induced by non-torsional oscillations of two porous disks rotating about distinct axes. While the porous disks are initially rotating with the same… (More)

- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 2001

Abstract An exact solution of the unsteady Navier–Stokes equations is obtained for the flow due to a sudden pull with constant velocities of eccentric rotating disks with the same angular velocity.… (More)

- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 2014

This paper is concerned with the steady flow of a Maxwell fluid between two porous disks rotating with the same angular velocity about noncoincident axes normal to the disks. An exact solution to the… (More)

- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 2007

The flow of a linearly viscous fluid between two disks rotating about two distinct vertical axes is studied. An approximate analytical solution is obtained by taking into account the case of rotation… (More)

- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 1999

Abstract An exact solution is obtained for the magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) flow of a conducting, incompressible Oldroyd-B fluid between two infinite, parallel, insulated disks rotating about… (More)

- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 2000

Abstract The steady magnetohydrodynamic flow of a conducting, incompressible Oldroyd-B fluid due to non-coaxial rotations of a porous, insulated disk and the fluid at infinity with the same angular… (More)

- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 2003

The unsteady viscous flow produced by a sudden coincidence of two axes while a disk and the fluid at infinity are initially rotating with the same angular velocity about non-coincident axes is… (More)

- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 2013

While the disks having the same angular velocity are initially rotating about a common axis, the unsteady flow produced by their oscillations in their own planes and in the opposite directions is… (More)

- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 2003

While two parallel disks are initially rotating with the same angular velocity about non-coincident axes, the axes are suddenly made coincident. The development of the flow is examined until the… (More)

- H. Volkan Ersoy
- 2018

This paper deals with the periodic flow of a second-grade fluid caused by non-torsional oscillations of two disks rotating about non-coincident axes. While the two parallel disks are initially… (More)