Unsteady Flow of a Viscous Fluid Through an Annulus
Keywords: Stresses, Viscous, Pulses
AbstractOne boundary of an annulus is fixed, and other boundary is subjected to a series of pulses. The fluid in the annulus, therefore acquires a velocity, relative to the annulus, due to the transfer of momentum from the boundary by viscous stresses. The flow relative to the annulus is determined when a constant pressure gradient and a series of pulses act together. The velocity profiles for unsteady motion, are plotted for various times and for a fixed radii ratio.
How to Cite
Kanwal, S., & Verma, P. (2014). Unsteady Flow of a Viscous Fluid Through an Annulus. Defence Science Journal, 32(3), 225-229. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.32.6299
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