Singular solution of boundary layer equations which can be extended continuously through the point of zero surface friction

@inproceedings{Ruban1982SingularSO,
  title={Singular solution of boundary layer equations which can be extended continuously through the point of zero surface friction},
  author={Anatoly I. Ruban},
  year={1982}
}
i. According to Prandtl's idea [i], at all, arbitrarily large Reynolds numbers the separation of flow from a surface is a consequence of a viscous boundary layer that develops along the surface. The point of separation coincides with the point of zero friction, which can appear in the boundary layer due to the influence on it of an adverse pressure gradient distributed over a certain section of the surface in front of the separation point. This pressure gradient is formed in the exterior… CONTINUE READING
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