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Flows emerging from a nozzle and falling under gravity

Flows emerging from a nozzle and falling under gravity,10.1017/S0022112090002403,Journal of Fluid Mechanics,Frédéric Dias,J.-M. vanden-Broeck

Flows emerging from a nozzle and falling under gravity   (Citations: 17)
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Journal: Journal of Fluid Mechanics - J FLUID MECH , vol. 213, no. -1, pp. 465-477, 1990
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    • ...Dias and Vanden-Broeck [7] for a modified configuration in which one of the free surfaces sticks to the nozzle...
    • ...Dias and Vanden-Broeck [7] found that there are flows for which the flow falls down along the underside of the nozzle (see Fig. 5) and flows which split into two sheets (see Fig. 6). Their solutions are determined by the angle β and the Froude number...
    • ...Dias and Vanden-Broeck [7] showed that for each value of β there is a critical value F = F(β) of the Froude number...
    • ...Dias and Vanden-Broeck [7] also found that the flows of Fig. 6 reduce to that due to a submerged source as...

    F. Diaset al. Potential-flow studies of steady two-dimensional jets, waterfalls, wei...

    • ...Curved liquid jets and sheets have been studied before by Weber [9], Vanden-Broeck and Keller [22], Dias and Vanden-Broeck [23], Finnicum et al. [24], Cummings and Howell [25], Entov and Yarin [26], Yarin [27] and others...

    E. I. Părăuet al. Nonlinear viscous liquid jets from a rotating orifice

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