## Field-coupled Surface Waves: A Comparative Study of Surface-coupled Electrohydrodynamic and Magnetohydrodynamic Systems |

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Fundamental Equations and Boundary Conditions | 7 |

Basic Waves | 28 |

Copyright | |

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antidual antishock axis boundary conditions bulk equations capillary capillary waves Category Chapter characteristics component configuration considered constant convective instability coth kb coupling cutoff frequency defined by Equation dispersion equation dispersion relation downstream dynamics EH problem EH-If jet EH-II EH-Ip elec electric field electric or magnetic electrodes electrohydrodynamic electromechanical energy Equa equations of motion equilibrium experimental field intensities first-order flame flow fluid force density free charge free-current function given by Equation gravity waves Hence integral Korteweg linear load long-wave limit magnetic field magnetohydrodynamic mechanical MH-I MH-IIf problem mode nonlinear normal parameter perfectly conducting perturbation phase velocity planar jet polarization propagation real values region resonator result Section shock shown in Figure shows sinusoidal steady solutions stress tensor surface currents surface interactions surface tension surface waves Table tanh kb tion Type II waves upstream vector voltage wave fronts wave number wave types wavelength x3 direction zero zero-order