On the Unsteady Motion of a Viscous Hydromagnetic Fluid Contained in a Cylindrical Vessel

@article{Groves1966OnTU,
  title={On the Unsteady Motion of a Viscous Hydromagnetic Fluid Contained in a Cylindrical Vessel},
  author={Richard N. Groves},
  journal={Journal of Applied Mechanics},
  year={1966},
  volume={33},
  pages={748-752}
}
  • R. N. Groves
  • Published 1 December 1966
  • Engineering
  • Journal of Applied Mechanics
applied as yet to the eases of principal engineering interest, Bond number, and contact angle near zero. We believe that the example cited previously may explain this lack of success. Were suitable admissible functions found, the author's method might also be made efficient for low Bond numbers and small contact angles. It might be noted that in the solution of the forced-oscillation problem, the essential point is the determination of the coefficients in the expansion 

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