Magma Flow through Elastic-Walled Dikes

@inproceedings{BokhoveMagmaFT,
  title={Magma Flow through Elastic-Walled Dikes},
  author={Onno Bokhove and Andrew W Woods and Aukje de Boer}
}
A convection-diffusion model for the averaged flow of a viscous, incompressible magma through an elastic medium is considered. The magma flows through a dike from a magma reservoir to the Earth’s surface; only changes in dike width and velocity over large vertical length scales relative to the characteristic dike width are considered. The model emerges when nonlinear inertia terms in the momentum equation are neglected in a viscous, low-speed approximation of a magma flow model coupled to the… CONTINUE READING
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