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boundary layer

In fluidics, a narrow region next to a fixed boundary or surface where the fluid velocity rapidly changes from zero to some finite value.
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Nield, "Natural convective boundary layer flow of a nanofluid past a vertical plate," International Journal of Thermal Sciences, vol.
Entropy Generation in MHD Free Convective Boundary Layer Flow Past an Inclined Flat Plate Embedded in a Porous Medium with Hall Currents, International Journal of Computers Applications 84(9): 36-46.
Boundary layer flow due to a moving plate: variable fluid properties.
It is noticed that the exact solutions in boundary layer flow problems through similarity transformations are very few.
Pop, "Mathematical modeling of boundary layer flow over a moving thin needle with variable heat flux," in Advances in Numerical Methods, vol.
This work examines the MHD mixed convection boundary layer flow through porous media due to porous non-linearly shrinking surface.
Analysis of boundary layer flow over a porous nonlinearly stretching sheet with partial slip at the boundary, Alex.
Pop, "Unsteady mixed convection boundary layer flow due to a stretching vertical surface," The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering B: Engineering, vol.
We may conclude the flow and heat transfer properties of free convection boundary layer flow in the stagnation-point region in the presence of nanoparticles can be controlled by changing the quantity of the physical parameters.
In this work, we apply, for the first time, the spectral relaxation method (SRM) and the spectral quasilinearization method (SQLM) to solve nonlinear PDEs describing unsteady boundary layer flow due to an impulsively stretching surface.
In other words, in case of blowing and resonance the oscillatory boundary layer flows are no longer possible.
Sakiadis [1] initiated the study of these applications by considering the boundary layer flow over a continuous solid surface moving with constant speed.

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