Electromechanical Dynamics (Part 1).0011

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Preface fluids to establish essential phenomena in the simplest context. It is here that we introduce the basic notions of MHD energy conversion that can result when a conducting fluid flows through a transverse magnetic field. We also bring in electric-field interactions with fluids, in which ion drag phenomena are used as an example. In addition to these basically conducting processes, we treat the electromechanical consequences of polarization and magnetiza- tion in fluids. We demonstrate how highly conducting fluids immersed in magnetic fields can propagate Alfvyn waves. In Chapter 13 we introduce compressibility to the fluid model. This can have a marked effect on electromechanical behavior, as demonstrated with the MHD conduction machine. With compressibility, a fluid will propagate longitudinal disturbances (acoustic waves). A transverse magnetic field and high electrical conductivity modify these disturbances to magnetoacoustic waves. Finally, in Chapter 14 we add viscosity to the fluid model and study the
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