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Analytic solutions of a two-fluid hydrodynamic model

    Imre Ferenc Barna   Affiliation
    ; László Mátyás   Affiliation

Abstract

We investigate a one dimensional flow described with the non-compressible coupled Euler and non-compressible Navier-Stokes equations in the Cartesian coordinate system. We couple the two fluids through the continuity equation where different void fractions can be considered. The well-known self-similar Ansatz was applied and analytic solutions were derived for both velocity and pressure field as well.

Keyword : self-similar solution, two-fluid model

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Barna, I. F., & Mátyás, L. (2021). Analytic solutions of a two-fluid hydrodynamic model. Mathematical Modelling and Analysis, 26(4), 582-590. https://doi.org/10.3846/mma.2021.13637
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