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A theoretical study of a viscous incompressible fluid in a parallel-walled channel, the flow driven by uniform steady suction through the porous and accelerating walls of the channel. Previous… (More)

This paper is a theoretical treatment of the flow of a viscous incompressible fluid driven along a channel by steady uniform suction through porous parallel rigid walls. Many authors have found such… (More)

We describe three-dimensional flow of a viscous incompressible fluid driven along a channel by uniform suction through parallel porous walls, generalizing recent work on two-dimensional flow. The… (More)

The two-dimensional flow of a viscous incompressible fluid in a channel with accelerating walls is analysed by use of Hiemenz's similarity solution. Steady flows and their instabilities are… (More)

We examine various perturbations of Jeffery-Hamel flows, the exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations governing the steady two-dimensional motions of an incompressible viscous fluid from a line… (More)

- M. B. Zaturska
- 1981

Abstract Thermal stability of some simple steady viscous flows of a reactive fluid with heated boundaries is investigated; only flows which are known exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations… (More)

This paper describes the solution of Long's problem for steady rotationally symmetric swirling jets in a uniform viscous fluid. Long found these vortices in 1958 by assuming a similarity form of… (More)

SummaryThe boundary-layer growth, consequent on the impulsive counter-rotation of a disc from a state of solid-body rotation with the ambient fluid, is investigated numerically. It is found that the… (More)

The thermal stability of a reactive viscous flow was first investigated by Adler, who considered the steady development flow between symmetrically heated parallel walls. He used a power series in a… (More)

- M. B. Zaturska
- 1982

SummaryIn studies of thermal explosion the Frank-Kamenetskii approximation sets exp(−E/RT)=exp(−E/RT0)exp (θ/(1+βθ))≅exp(−E/RT0)expθ, whereβ=RT0/E i.e. it assumesβ≈0. When this approximation is not… (More)