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The viscous flow induced by a shrinking sheet is studied. Existence and (non)uniqueness are proved. Exact solutions, both numerical and in closed form, are found.
Von Kármán’s problem of a rotating disk in an infinite viscous fluid is extended to the case where the disk surface admits partial slip. The nonlinear similarity equations are integrated accurately… (More)
Stability of fully developed mixed convection flows, with significant viscous dissipation, in a vertical channel bounded by isothermal plane walls having the same temperature and subject to pressure… (More)
A one-dimensional, non-premixed flame stability analysis is undertaken. Oscillatory and cellular flame instabilities are identified by a careful study of the numerically calculated eigenvalues of the… (More)
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are not only generated in conditions of cellular stress but are also constitutively produced in most cell types by specific metabolic processes. This research focused on… (More)
The induced transient viscous flow due to a suddenly stretched surface is studied. After a similarity transform, the unsteady Navier–Stokes equation is solved by several methods, including… (More)
Natural convection is a basic process which is important in a wide variety of practical applications [1,2]. In essence, a heated fluid expands and rises from buoyancy due to decreased density.… (More)
We show how an island (isola) evolves out of the usual S-curve of steady states of diffusion flames when radiation losses are accounted for and how it eventually disappears when radiation increases… (More)
We prove instability of a part of a branch of viscous incompressible fluid flows induced by a shrinking sheet. These flows are exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equation.