On viscous wedge-flow
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On viscous wedge-flow by Inge L. Ryhming

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Published by Aeronautical Research Institute of Sweden in Stockholm .
Written in English


  • Laminar flow.,
  • Boundary layer.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Inge L. Ryhming.
SeriesAeronautical Research Institute of Sweden. Report 116
LC ClassificationsTL507 .U45 no. 116
The Physical Object
Pagination25 p.
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4370773M
LC Control Number78553552

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  In this article the convective flow of Sisko fluid past a wedge under the variable free stream velocity is analyzed. Viscous dissipation effects are also taken into account. The effects of shear thinning and thickening on flow and heat transfer are analyzed in depth. The influence of the wedge angle parameter on flow and heat transfer is spanned from stagnation point down through flat plate Cited by: 8. Flow of a viscous, electrically conducting fluid past a wedge having permeable surface is analyzed. A constant transpiration through the wedge surface is assumed. I. Wada, S. King, in Treatise on Geophysics (Second Edition), Slab–Mantle Viscous Coupling. The trenchward extent of wedge flow, which has a strong effect on the thermal structure of the subducting slab, depends on the depth at which the slab and the overlying mantle become viscously r studies that compared the thermal modeling results with surface heat flow. The author derives a criterion for the self-similar and non-similar flow, and the turbulent flow due to a stretching or shrinking sheet is also discussed. The target audience primarily comprises research experts in the field of boundary layer flow, but the book will also be beneficial for graduate students.

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