On the motion of a sphere in a Stokes flow parallel to a Brinkman half-space

  title={On the motion of a sphere in a Stokes flow parallel to a Brinkman half-space},
  author={By E. R. DAMIANO and David S. Long and F El-khatib and Thomas M. Stace},
A three-dimensional analysis is presented of the Stokes flow, adjacent to a Brinkman half-space, that is induced or altered by the presence of a sphere in the flow field that (a) translates uniformly without rotating, (b) rotates uniformly without translating, or (c) is fixed in a shear flow that is uniform in the far field. The linear superposition of these three flow regimes is also considered for the special case of the free motion of a neutrally buoyant sphere. Exact solutions to the… CONTINUE READING


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