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Hydromagnetic instability of a power-law liquid film flowing down a vertical cylinder using numerical approximation approach techniques. (English) Zbl 1205.76295
Summary: The long-wave perturbation method is employed to investigate the hydromagnetic stability of a thin electrically-conductive power-law liquid film flowing down the external surface of a vertical cylinder in a magnetic field. The validity of the numerical results is improved through the introduction of the flow index and the magnetic force into the governing equation. In contrast to most previous studies presented in the literature, the solution scheme employed in this study is based on a numerical approximation approach rather than an analytical method. The normal mode approach is used to analyze the stability of the film flow. The modeling results reveal that the stability of the film flow system is weakened as the radius of the cylinder is reduced. However, the flow stability can be enhanced by increasing the intensity of the magnetic field and the flow index, respectively. In general, the optimum conditions can be found through the use of a system to alter stability of the film flow by controlling the applied magnetic field.
76W05Magnetohydrodynamics and electrohydrodynamics
76A05Non-Newtonian fluids
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