Peter A. Davidson, Andre Thess
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 30, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 161 pages
This book is an introduction to terrestial magnetohydrodynamics. It is a compendium of introductory lectures by experts in the field, focussing on applications in industry and the laboratory. A concise overview of the subject with references to further study.
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LIQUID METAL MAGNETOHYDRAULICS FLOWS IN DUCTS AND CAVITIES
MHD TURBULENCE AT LOW AND HIGH MAGNETIC REYNOLDS NUMBER
MHD AT LARGE MAGNETIC REYNOLDS NUMBER
COMPUTATIONAL MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS PART I FUNDAMENTALS
COMPUTATIONAL MHD PART II APPLICATION TO A NONLINEAR DYNAMO MODEL
COMPUTATIONAL MHD PART III ELECTROMAGNETIC CONTROL OF CONNECTIVE FLOWS
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