Engineering Transactions, 33, 3, pp. 235-253, 1985

On Certain Models of Non-Laminar Flows with Turbulent Diffusion

M. Burnat
Institute of Mathematics, University of Warsaw

A new model of turbulent flow is proposed in the paper; the model takes into account the situation when the mass transport proceeds along two mutually intersecting curvilinear cones. Laminar flow represents the particular case of the model when the cones are reduced to curves.
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