In  the flow of a compressible fluid was examined for the case when the conductivity σ=∞ with account for the Hall effect. Oates  solves the problem of the influence of Hall currents on the flow in an accelerator for channels having a very small ratio of height to length when the velocity component in the direction of the channel height may be assumed to be zero. The problem of the influence of Hall currents on the flow of a conducting gas of finite conductivity is solved below for the case when the gas is accelerated to high velocities (≈ 50–100 km/sec) with account for the presence of two velocity components.
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Bam-Zelikovich, G.M. Effect of hall currents on the flow of a conducting gas at high flow velocities. J Appl Mech Tech Phys 6, 16–21 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00913420
- Mathematical Modeling
- Mechanical Engineer
- Flow Velocity
- Velocity Component
- High Velocity