Engineering Transactions, 33, 3, pp. 401-408, 1985

On the Convective Motion of Conducting Fluid in Magnetic Field

Ngo Zuikan
Technical University of Hanoi, Hanoi
Viet Nam

The problem of convection in a conducting, viscous and incompressible liquid subject to a magnetic field is considered. The uniqueness theorem is proved and the: structure of the fluctuation spectrum is. determined. ff is proved that the action of the magnetic field increases the stability of motion of the non-uniformly heated, conducting, viscous and incompressible liquid. This conclusion complies with the experimental and numerical results concerning the behaviour of a horizontal layer of liquid.
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