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The instability of water-mud interface in viscous two-layer flow with large viscosity contrast
Liu JB(刘杰斌); Zhou JF(周济福)
Source PublicationTheoretical & Applied Mechanics Letters
2014
Issue6Pages:69-73
AbstractThe temporal instability of parallel viscous two-phase mixing layers is extended to current-fluid mud by considering a composite error function velocity profile. The influence of viscosity ratio, Reynolds number, and Froude number on the instability of the system are discussed and a new phenomenon n...
KeywordFluid Mud Kelvin–helmholtz(K–h) Instability Large Viscosity Contrast Chebyshev Collocation Algorithm
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Language英语
Funding Organizationsupported by the National Nature Science Foundation of China(11172307 and11232012) ; 973 Program(2014CB046200)
DepartmentLMFS水环境流体力学(LEM)
Classification二类
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://dspace.imech.ac.cn/handle/311007/55149
Collection流固耦合系统力学重点实验室
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Liu JB,Zhou JF. The instability of water-mud interface in viscous two-layer flow with large viscosity contrast[J]. Theoretical & Applied Mechanics Letters,2014(6):69-73.
APA 刘杰斌,&周济福.(2014).The instability of water-mud interface in viscous two-layer flow with large viscosity contrast.Theoretical & Applied Mechanics Letters(6),69-73.
MLA 刘杰斌,et al."The instability of water-mud interface in viscous two-layer flow with large viscosity contrast".Theoretical & Applied Mechanics Letters .6(2014):69-73.
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