An infinite-series solution for the creeping motion through an orifice of finite length By

@inproceedings{DAGAN2005AnIS,
  title={An infinite-series solution for the creeping motion through an orifice of finite length By},
  author={ZEEV DAGAN and Sheldon Weinbaum},
  year={2005}
}
This paper presents an infinite-series solution to the creeping viscous motion of a fluid through lowand moderate-aspect-ratio pores. The flow field is divided into two simply bounded regions: a cylindrical volume bounded by the walls of the pore and the entrance and exit planes, and an infinite half-space outside the pore. Analytic solutions are first obtained in each region for unknown functions representing arbitrary axial and radial velocity profiles a t the pore entrance (exit). These… CONTINUE READING
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