Analytical Solution of the Problem of the Electrovortex Flow in the Hemisphere with Finite Size Electrodes in the Stokes Approximation
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An analytical solution was obtained for a stationary axisymmetric motion equation for a flow caused by an inhomogeneous electric current propagating through an electrically conducting liquid. The problem was solved in the variables for vorticity and velocity vector potential in hemispherical geometry with the finite size electrodes. Stokes and electrodynamic approximations were used.
Keywordsvelocity conductive medium electric current magnetic field vector potential vorticity
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