MHD at large Magnetic Reynolds number
Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM, volume 418)
This chapter gives an overview of the effects of large magnetic Reynolds number on the MHD of convecting fluids. Topics discussed include flux expulsion, MHD waves, and magnetoconvection.
KeywordsRayleigh Number Field Line Convection Zone Strong Field Steady Solution
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