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The effect of boundary conditions on the stability of two-dimensional flows in an annulus with permeable boundary

@inproceedings{Ilin2021TheEO,
  title={The effect of boundary conditions on the stability of two-dimensional flows in an annulus with permeable boundary},
  author={Konstantin Ilin and Andrey Morgulis},
  year={2021}
}
We consider the stability of two-dimensional viscous flows in an annulus with permeable boundary. In the basic flow, the velocity has nonzero azimuthal and radial components, and the direction of the radial flow can be from the inner cylinder to the outer one or vice versa. In most earlier studies, all components of the velocity were assumed to be given on the entire boundary of the flow domain. Our aim is to study the effect of different boundary conditions on the stability of such flows. We… Expand

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