Oscillations of Second Order Fluids near a Sphere
Keywords: Flow parameters, Newtonian fluid, Fixed sphere
AbstractThe high frequency oscillations of second-order fluids near a fixed sphere have been considered. The peculiarity of the second-order fluid is that the magnitude of the steady secondary streaming at large distance from the sphere depends upon all the material constants, while for a Newtonian fluid, this is not so. The drag on the sphere has been calculated for various values of the non-dimensional parameters formed out of the material constants and the flow parameters. The outer motion is pushed away from the sphere with increase in the non-dimensional parameters.
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Saroa, M. (2014). Oscillations of Second Order Fluids near a Sphere. Defence Science Journal, 22(1), 9-14. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.22.6298
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