Metric of a rotating charged magnetized sphere

@article{Manko2020MetricOA,
  title={Metric of a rotating charged magnetized sphere},
  author={Vladimir S. Manko and I. M. Mej'ia and Eduardo Ruiz},
  journal={Physics Letters B},
  year={2020}
}
1 Citations

Radially expanding/contracting and rotating sphere with suction

  • M. Turkyilmazoglu
  • Physics
    International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow
  • 2022
Purpose This study aims to numerically simulate the flow induced by a radially expanding/contracting and rotating sphere with suction. In the absence of rotation, one-dimensional flow motion occurs

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