Modeling the effect of magnetic field on wave propagation in ferrofluids and elastic bodies with void fraction
The paper presents two new generalized wave models. One considers the effect of magnetic field on the elastic solid with void fraction. The other is a new generalized ferrohydrodynamic model describing wave propagation with finite velocities. The existence of wave solutions is investigated.
Keywordsmagnetic field elastic body void fraction ferrofluid wave propagation finite velocity
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