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Effect of Hall current and resistivity on the stability of a gas–liquid system

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 March 2009

G. L. Kalra
Affiliation:
University of Delhi, India and The Flinders University of South Australia
S. N. Kathuria
Affiliation:
Weather Radar Unit, India Meteorological Department, New Delhi-3, India
R. J. Hosking
Affiliation:
School of Physical Sciences, The Flmders University of South Australia, Bedford Park, South Australia5042
G. G. Lister
Affiliation:
School of Physical Sciences, The Flmders University of South Australia, Bedford Park, South Australia5042

Abstract

The stability of a non-conducting, compressible fluid (gas) flowing across the surface of incompressible conducting fluid (liquid) is discussed. Finite resistivity and Hall current are included in the hydromagnetic equations, together with surface tension. Both subsonic and supersonic flows are treated and some new instabilities are found, together with modifications to real and oscillatory modes obtained in earlier treatments.

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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1970

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