@inproceedings{Dias2005IdealJ, title={Ideal ' jet flow in two dimensions BY}, author={Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Dias and Alan and ELCRAT and Lloyd N. Trefethen}, year={2005} }

- Published 2005

A jet is a stream of one fluid entering another at high speed. In the simplest classical model of jet flow, the geometry is two-dimensional, gravity and viscosity are ignored, the moving fluid is a liquid, and the stationary fluid is a gas whose influence is assumed negligible. The description of this idealized flow can be reduced to a problem of complex analysis, but, except for very simple nozzle geometries, that problem cannot be solved analytically. This paper presents an efficient… CONTINUE READING