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in·vis·cid

 (ĭn-vĭs′ĭd)
adj.
1. Having no viscosity.
2. Physics & Chemistry Of or relating to a fluid with no viscosity.

inviscid

(ɪnˈvɪsɪd)
adj
(General Physics) physics having negligible, or zero, viscosity
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For simplicity inviscid vortices have been considered, and the interaction between two or more of these is determined.
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5) takes the form of the unidirectional weakly-nonlinear equation for acoustic waves in an inviscid, non-thermally conducting compressible fluid with a material characteristic length coefficient that is a quadratic function of the velocity gradient, which was recently derived by Jordan and Saccomandi [20].
V] is always proportional to the instantaneous inviscid load as follows:
More specifically, Part 1 is devoted to the study of particular solutions of the inviscid (SQG) equation which blow up in finite time.
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The theoretical extension of Prandtl's inviscid lifting line theory to the viscous flow over rotating cylinders.
According to Green theorem, the perturbation velocity potential [PHI](t) in inviscid, incompressible, and irrotational flow with non-uniform velocity V(x, y, z,t) of an arbitrary field point P(x, y, z,t) can be expressed as an integral on the boundary surface of flow field S, which is composed of flapping hydrofoil surface [S.
For the theoretical derivation of the pressure-flow relationship, it is assumed that the nipple orifice pressure-flow relationship should follow that generally derived from the Bernoulli equation for steady inviscid incompressible fluid flow along a streamline (de Nevers 2005):
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Here in the present work we study the MHD stability of a self-gravitating-rotating streaming inviscid fluid medium pervaded by general magnetic field.