High-speed standard magneto-rotational instability

@article{Deguchi2019HighspeedSM,
  title={High-speed standard magneto-rotational instability},
  author={Kengo Deguchi},
  journal={Journal of Fluid Mechanics},
  year={2019},
  volume={865},
  pages={492 - 522}
}
  • K. Deguchi
  • Published 31 October 2018
  • Physics
  • Journal of Fluid Mechanics
The large Reynolds number asymptotic approximations of the neutral curve of Taylor–Couette flow subject to an axial uniform magnetic field are analysed. The flow has been extensively studied since the early 1990s as the magneto-rotational instability (MRI) occurring in the flow may explain the origin of the instability observed in some astrophysical objects. Elsewhere, the ideal approximation has been used to study high-speed flows, which sometimes produces paradoxical results. For example… 
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