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The mathematical formulation of the problem of determining the electrodes for the formation of intense beams of charged particles reduces to the solution of the Cauchy problem for the Laplace equation. One can proceed either by separating the variables  or on the basis of the theory of...
The author considers the induction interaction of an expanding variable-conductivity plasmoid which is temperature dependent. The external uniform magnetic field is specified as an arbitrary function of time.
Using the boundary-layer equations as a basis, the author considers the propagation of plane jets of conducting fluid in a transverse magnetic field (noninductive approximation).
Investigation of the stability of plane shock waves as regards nonuniform perturbations was first performed by D'yakov . He obtained criteria for stability, and showed that perturbations grow exponentially with time in the case of instability. Iordanskii  has shown that in the case of...
The kinetic equation proposed in [1,2] for describing the behavior of a system of particles in a gas flow differs from the usual Boltzmann equation with respect to the additional terms that take into account random variations of the particle velocity under the influence of the flow. As shown in...
In investigating longitudinal [1–4] and transverse  mixing in a granular bed described by a cellular model it has so far been assumed that all the cells are identical, while the parameters of the distribution function of the residence time in the individual cell (henceforth called the...
There have been many studies of the stability of plastically deformable media. Specific problems are solved in [1, 2], etc. In these studies it has been assumed that the process of loss of stability can be investigated in the quasi-static formulation, i.e., an attempt is made to find the values...
In recent years there have appeared several experimental studies [1–5] which have shown that there are cases of turbulent flow with an asymmetric distribution of the flow velocity and in which at the point where the velocity derivative is zero the turbulent shear stress is not zero. This raises...
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