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In this paper we investigate the optimal control approach for the active control of the circular cylinder wake flow considered in the laminar regime (Re = 200). The objective is the minimization of the mean total drag where the control function is the time harmonic angular velocity of the rotating cylinder. When the Navier-Stokes equations are used as state… (More)

In this paper we investigate the optimal control approach for the active control of the circular cylinder wake flow considered in the laminar regime (Re = 200). The objective is the mean drag minimization of the wake where the control function is the time harmonic angular velocity of the rotating cylinder. When the Navier-Stokes equations are used as state… (More)

- J. C. Leprevost, J R Angilella, J P Brancher
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2001

A mixing device for highly viscous fluids with finite electrical conductivity is investigated theoretically. Stirring is performed by means of electromagnetic forces provided by inductor wires located outside the flow domain. The flow shows hyperbolic and elliptic singular points. Inductors are displaced in a periodic manner, leading to an efficient… (More)

- J P Brancher, Melissa E Lucius, Delphine Bernardin, R Raihani, J. F. Stoltz
- Biorheology. Supplement : the official journal of…
- 1984

The viscometer described in this paper comprises a vertical cylinder containing the fluid to be tested and an inner, hollow cylinder floating in the fluid and filled with magnetic liquid. The magnetic liquid and inner cylinder are set in motion by applying a rotating magnetic field. Torque is balanced by the stresses in the fluid and the inertia of the… (More)

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