In nonisothermal flow of a viscous liquid in an annular channel between coaxial cylinders where the outer cylinder has finite dimensions and is stationary, and the inner cylinder infinitely moves along the axis, the central position of the latter is unstable. When superimposing a thermal field, principally it is possible to create as large a force as required which holds the inner cylinder exactly on center.
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Tumin, I.M. Stability of nonisothermal flow of a viscous liquid in an annular channel. J Eng Phys Thermophys 63, 675–679 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00853960
- Statistical Physic
- Central Position
- Viscous Liquid
- Thermal Field
- Finite Dimension