Hydromagnetic Instability Of A Gravitating Finite Resistive Fluid Layer Sandwiched In A Different Fluid
Abbreviated Journal Title
Comput. Math. Appl.
hydromagnetics; instability; resistivity; VARYING MAGNETIC-FIELD; JET; STABILITY; Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications; Mathematics, Applied
The hydromagnetic instability analysis is made of a gravitating finite resistive fluid layer sandwiched in a nonconducting infinite fluid of different densities. A general eigenvalue relation valid for all perturbations is derived on the basis of a normal mode type technique. The conditions for stability and instability states are determined. Some results obtained by earlier authors are also derived as special cases of the present analysis.
Computers & Mathematics with Applications
"Hydromagnetic Instability Of A Gravitating Finite Resistive Fluid Layer Sandwiched In A Different Fluid" (1996). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 1726.