slip flow


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slip flow

n
(General Physics) physics gas flow occurring at hypersonic speeds in which molecular shearing occurs
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The hot flow results are analyzed to characterize the importance of the slip effect, and different existing slip flow models are assessed.
The extricate may be porous or rough where the no-slip movement is not feasible, which gives rise to the relative slip flow is directly proportional to the shear stress.
Boyd, "Momentum and heat transfer in a laminar boundary layer with slip flow," Journal of Thermo Physics and Heat Transfer, vol.
The compressibility and rarefaction phenomena in gas microflows are generally coupled together, and they can have an opposite effect on each other in the slip flow and early transition regimes based on the magnitude of Reynolds number (Re):
Andersson, "Slip flow past a stretching surface," Acta Mechanica, vol.
Gas flow in organic matter, natural fractures, and hydraulic fractures occurs via different mechanisms: continuum flow, slip flow, and Knudsen diffusion.
The created slip flow image is a nonstandard way of data representation.
Chauhan and Rastogi [9] have studied the Hall effects on MHD slip flow and heat transfer through a porous medium over an accelerated plate in a rotating system.
Also, slip flow of polyolefins has been reported when using solid-based processing additives like boron nitride and organoclays [14, 15].
Hayat, Stagnation slip flow and heat transfer over a nonlinear stretching sheet, Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, 27(2) (2011) 302--314.
Adesanya, "Steady magnetohydrodynamic visco-elastic heat generating /absorbing slip flow through a porous medium with radiation effect," International Journal of Heat and Technology, vol.
These papers showed clearly that the second-order slip flow model is necessary to predict the flow characteristics accurately.