Influence of higher order effects on the vortex instability of thermal boundary layer flow in a wedge shaped domain
Paul, M.C.; Rees, D.A.S.; Wilson, M.;
Publisher: Pergamon Press (Elsevier Science)
arxiv: Physics::Fluid Dynamics
We reconsider the onset of streamwise vortices in the thermal boundary layer flow induced by an inclined upward-facing heated semi-infinite surface placed within a Newtonian fluid. Particular emphasis is laid upon how the induced flow in the isothermal region outside th... View more
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