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MHD

abbreviation for minimum hemolytic dose.
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Developed in relation to the solution of boundary value problems of classical mechanics, thermal physics, mathematical physics, electrodynamics, radio physics and magnetohydrodynamics new mathematical method for constructing complete systems of basis (coordinate) functions for geometric objects of arbitrary configuration with boundary conditions of various types and an arbitrary functional form of the recording, use the original special R-function (Rvachev functions) (1960th years);
Nourazar, "Entropy analysis for magnetohydrodynamic flow and heat transfer of a Jeffrey nanofluid over a stretching sheet," Energy, vol.
In recent years, the study of magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flow problems has gained considerable interest of researchers because of its huge applications in many engineering problems.
Makinde, "Radiation effect on chemically reacting magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) boundary layer flow of heat and mass transfer through a porous vertical flat plate," International Journal of Physical Sciences, vol.
To incorporate all these studies, the aim of our present problem is to study of a magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flow behavior between non-coaxially porous disk and the fluid at infinity which are rotating with different angular velocity in three dimensional geometry.
On magnetohydrodynamic drag reduction and its efficiency, Magnetohydrodynamics, Vol.
The physics of magnetized plasmas, called magnetohydrodynamics (MHD), is spectacularly complex.
Breakthroughs essential to harnessing fusion center on advances in magnetohydrodynamics, inertial confinement techniques, laser-induced implosion, and quantum physics.
The branch of physics governing this realm is called magnetohydrodynamics, a mouthful of a term that researchers often shorten to MHD.
Furthermore, the development of magnetohydrodynamics at just about this time, by the Swedish astronomer Hannes Olof Gosta Alfven (b.
Current applications of the Connection Machine system include high-energy physics, global climate modeling and geophysics, astrophysics, linear and nonlinear optimization, computational fluid dynamics and magnetohydrodynamics, electromagnetism, computational chemistry, computational electromagnetics, computational structural mechanics, materials modeling, evolutionary modeling, neural modeling, and database search [19].
Since Czechoslovakia still bums a lot of coal, I suggested that the government explore magnetohydrodynamics [M.