The problem of critical thermal conditions in a structurally viscous liquid flowing through an infinite tube is solved numerically with an allowance for the combined action of chemical and mechanical heat sources.
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Nazmeev, Y.G., Minenkov, V.A. & Mumladze, A.I. Thermal burst in the flow of nonlinearly viscous media through a round tube. Journal of Engineering Physics 55, 858–862 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00870730
- Statistical Physic
- Heat Source
- Thermal Condition
- Combine Action
- Viscous Liquid