• A. C. Eringen
  • G. A. Maugin

Electrohydrodynamics—abbreviated EHD—is concerned with interactions of electric fields and free or bound (polarization) change in fluids. The electrical conductivity of such fluids may range from that of extremely good insulators (dielectrics) to that the electromagnetic part of the system is described by a quasi–static electric fields model: the dynamic currents are so small that the influence of the magnetic induction is negligible.


Steady Solution Hartmann Number Dielectric Liquid Neutral Stability Curve Critical Tension 
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  1. 1.
    A particle-like approach is reviewed in Arp et al. [1980]. A continuum approach, accounting for a deformable polarizable microstructure in the fluid carrier, is developed in Drouot and Maugin [1985] and Morro et al. [1985].Google Scholar
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    See Stratton [1941, pp. 137–140].Google Scholar
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    The same results apply where the medium is incompressible and f is derivable from a potential (Felici [1969]).Google Scholar
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    See Felici [1972].Google Scholar
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    This would follow by applying the general procedure (used in Section 3.7) to (11.6.1), in order to find the corresponding surface force Fi which must be zero for equilibrium.Google Scholar
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    See Melcher and Taylor [1969, pp. 115–119].Google Scholar
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    See Stuetzer [1962].Google Scholar
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    See Felici [1972].Google Scholar
  9. 9.
    See Atten and Moreau [1972]. More on the same problem in Atten [1974], [1975] Lacroix et al. [1975], and Bradley [1978].Google Scholar
  10. 10.
    See Atten and Moreau [1972] for this involved mathematical problem.Google Scholar
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    See Fillipini et al. [1970].Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. C. Eringen
    • 1
  • G. A. Maugin
    • 2
  1. 1.Princeton UniversityPrincetonUSA
  2. 2.Laboratoire de Modélisation en MécaniqueUniversité Pierre et Marie Curie et C.N.R.S.Paris 05France

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