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On the asymptotic behaviour of viscous fluid flow at a great distance from a cylindrical body, with special reference to Filon’s paradox
  • I. Imai
  • Mathematics
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 24 September 1951
The asymptotic behaviour of flow at a considerable distance from an arbitrary cylindrical obstacle immersed in an otherwise uniform flow of an incompressible viscous fluid is considered on the basisExpand
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A new method of solving Oseen’s equations and its application to the flow past an inclined elliptic cylinder
  • I. Imai
  • Mathematics
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 22 June 1954
In this paper is developed a general method of solving Oseen’s linearized equations for a two-dimensional steady flow of a viscous fluid past an arbitrary cylindrical body. The method is based on theExpand
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Steady, Viscous Flow within a Circular Boundary
The steady two‐dimensional flow of a viscous incompressible fluid within a circular vessel with prescribed wall velocity is studied both analytically and numerically in order to see how the flowExpand
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Applied Hyperfunction Theory
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On the heat transfer to constant-property laminar boundary layer with power-function free-stream velocity and wall-temperature distributions
where /3 = 2m/(m + 1), a is the non-dimensional velocity gradient at the wall (usually expressed as a = /"(0)), <j is the Prandtl number, k is the thermal conductivity, and v is the kinematicExpand
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Optimal timing of the observation for the state estimation and control of the stochastic discrete linear system
In this paper we deal with the following problems which are necessary for the prediction and the control of the state variables of linear discrete systems : (1) the decision of the optimal timing ofExpand
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Discontinuous Potential Flow as the Limiting Form of the Viscous Flow for Vanishing Viscosity
The asymptotic behaviour of the viscous flow past an obstacle for vanishingly small viscosity is discussed on the basis of Prandtl's boundary layer theory together with Kirchhoff's dead water theory.Expand
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