Flow of Reiner-Rivlin fluids in a magnetic field

Kapur, J. N. (1963) Flow of Reiner-Rivlin fluids in a magnetic field Applied Scientific Research, 10 (3-4). pp. 183-194. ISSN 0003-6994

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Turgut Sarpkaya has recently studied the flow of certain non-Newtonian fluids (Bingham plastics and Ostwald-de Waele power law fluids) between two parallel plates under the action of a constant transverse magnetic field. In the present paper certain flows of the non-Newtonian conducting Reiner-Rivlin fluids in the presence of magnetic fields are considered and it is shown how, in a number of cases, cross viscosity does not affect the velocity and magnetic field, though it almost always affects the pressure field. The flows discussed here include as particular cases those of inviscid conducting fluids, viscous non-conducting fluids, non-Newtonian non-conducting fluids and viscous conducting fluids.

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