Fundamental solutions for micropolar fluids

@article{Shu2008FundamentalSF,
  title={Fundamental solutions for micropolar fluids},
  author={Jian-Jun Shu and Jenn Shiun. Lee},
  journal={Journal of Engineering Mathematics},
  year={2008},
  volume={61},
  pages={69-79}
}
New fundamental solutions for micropolar fluids are derived in explicit form for two- and three-dimensional steady unbounded Stokes and Oseen flows due to a point force and a point couple, including the two-dimensional micropolar Stokeslet, the two- and three-dimensional micropolar Stokes couplet, the three-dimensional micropolar Oseenlet, and the three-dimensional micropolar Oseen couplet. These fundamental solutions do not exist in Newtonian flow due to the absence of microrotation velocity… 
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