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/api/published/journals/22/coverThe Unsteady Flow of a Fluid of Finite Depth with an Oscillating Bottom
https://www.scipress.com/IFSL.15.1
10.18052/www.scipress.com/IFSL.15.1Publication date: 28 February 2020
<br />Source: International Frontier Science Letters Vol.15
<br />Author(s): Nalimela Pothanna, P. Aparna
<br />In this paper, the unsteady flow of a fluid of finite depth with an oscillating bottom is examined. The flow is assumed in the absence of viscous dissipation. The governing equations of the flow are decoupled in the velocity and temperature fields. The velocity and temperature fields have been obtained analytically. The effects of various material parameters on these fields have been discussed with the help of graphical illustrations. It is noticed that the upward thrust (ρfy) vanishes when Reiner Rivlin coefficient of viscosity (μc) is zero and the transverse force (ρfz) perpendicular to the flow direction vanishes for thermo-viscosity coefficient (α8) is zero. The external forces generated perpendicular to the flow direction is a special feature of thermo-viscous fluid when compared to the other type of fluids.
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<br />Fri, 28 Feb 2020 00:00:00 +0100Tue, 7 Jul 2020 05:05:39 +0200On the Dependence of the Relativistic Angular Momentum of a Uniform Ball on the Radius and Angular Velocity of Rotation
https://www.scipress.com/IFSL.15.9
10.18052/www.scipress.com/IFSL.15.9Publication date: 28 February 2020
<br />Source: International Frontier Science Letters Vol.15
<br />Author(s): Sergey G. Fedosin
<br />In the framework of the special theory of relativity, elementary formulas are used to derive the formula for determining the relativistic angular momentum of a rotating ideal uniform ball. The moment of inertia of such a ball turns out to be a nonlinear function of the angular velocity of rotation. Application of this formula to the neutron star PSR J1614-2230 shows that due to relativistic corrections the angular momentum of the star increases tenfold as compared to the nonrelativistic formula. For the proton and neutron star PSR J1748-2446ad the velocities of their surface’s motion are calculated, which reach the values of the order of 30% and 19% of the speed of light, respectively. Using the formula for the relativistic angular momentum of a uniform ball, it is easy to obtain the formula for the angular momentum of a thin spherical shell depending on its thickness, radius, mass density, and angular velocity of rotation. As a result, considering a spherical body consisting of a set of such shells it becomes possible to accurately determine its angular momentum as the sum of the angular momenta of all the body’s shells. Two expressions are provided for the maximum possible angular momentum of the ball based on the rotation of the ball’s surface at the speed of light and based on the condition of integrity of the gravitationally bound body at the balance of the gravitational and centripetal forces. Comparison with the results of the general theory of relativity shows the difference in angular momentum of the order of 25% for an extremal Kerr black hole.
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