Existence and non-uniqueness of similarity solutions of a boundary layer problem

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StatementM.Y. Hussaini, W.D. Lakin.
SeriesICASE report -- no. 84-60., NASA contractor report -- 172503., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-172503.
ContributionsLakin, William D., Langley Research Center., Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering.
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The existence and uniqueness of Blasius' boundary layer solution to (), () with λ = 0 was rigorously proved by Weyl [18]. The properties of similarity solutions to the boundary layer.

Get this from a library. Existence and non-uniqueness of similarity solutions of a boundary layer problem. [M Yousuff Hussaini; William D Lakin; Langley Research Center.; Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering.].

Similarity solutions of the boundary-layer equations describing mixed convection flow along a vertical plate exist if the difference between the temperature of the plate and the temperature of the. Abstract. In this paper we reconsider the problem of steady mixed con-vection boundary-layer flow over a vertical flat plate studied in [6],[7] and [13].

Under favorable assumptions, we prove existence of multiple similar-ity solutions, we study also their asymptotic behavior. Numerical solutions are carried out using a shooting integration.

Timol and Kalthia () also studied theoretically the existence of three-dimensional boundary layer similarity solutions for power law non-Newtonian fluids under normal conditions. Howell et al. () studied the approximate solution of the boundary layer problem over horizontal moving plate.

M.Y. Hussaini, W.D. Lakin, Existence and Non-uniqueness of similarity solutions of a boundary-layer problem. Mech. Appl. Math. 39, 17–24 () MathSciNet Author: Chunqing Lu.

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Summary. In this article, axisymmetric solutions of the Navier–Stokes equations governing the flow induced by a half-line source when the fluid domain is bound.

One may naturally ask if such non-uniqueness holds for Leray-Hopf weak solutions. This problem remains open. Non-uniqueness of Leray-Hopf solutions were famously conjectured by Ladyzenskaja [ˇ ].

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Typically, such problems are expressed in terms of differential equations which contain at least one small parameter, and they can arise in many fields.

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