Electromechanical Dynamics (Part 1).0021

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Contents 12.2 Magnetic Field Coupling with Incompressible Fluids 737 12.2.1 Coupling with Flow in a Constant-Area Channel 739 12.2.2 Coupling with Flow in a Variable-Area Channel 751 12.2.3 Alfv6n Waves 759 12.2.4 Ferrohydrodynamics 772 12.3 Electric Field Coupling with Incompressible Fluids 776 12.3.1 Ion-Drag Phenomena 776 12.3.2 Polarization Interactions 783 12.4 Discussion 787 13 Electromechanics of Compressible, Inviscid Fluids 813 13.0 Introduction 813 13.1 Inviscid, Compressible Fluids 813 13.1.1 Conservation of Energy 814 13.1.2 Constituent Relations 815 13.2 Electromechanical Coupling with Compressible Fluids 820 13.2.1 Coupling with Steady Flow in a Constant-Area Channel 821 13.2.2 Coupling with Steady Flow in a Variable-Area
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Unformatted text preview: Channel 828 13.2.3 Coupling with Propagating Disturbances 841 13.3 Discussion 854 14 Electromechanical Coupling with Viscous Fluids 861 14.0 Introduction 861 14.1 Viscous Fluids 862 14.1.1 Mathematical Description of Viscosity 862 14.1.2 Boundary Conditions 873 14.1.3 Fluid-Mechanical Examples 875 14.2 Electromechanical Coupling with Viscous Fluids 878 14.2.1 Electromechanical Coupling with Shear Flow 878 14.2.2 Electromechanical Coupling with Pressure-Driven Flow (Hartmann Flow) 884 14.3 Discussion 893 Appendix F Glossary of Commonly Used Symbols F1 Appendix G Summary of Parts I and II, and Useful Theorems G1 Index A-PDF Split DEMO : Purchase from www.A-PDF.com to remove the watermark...
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