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SummaryThe complex conductivities of plasmas and semiconductors have been calculated for several cases where the collision frequency can be expressed as a power function of the energy. From the result, some characteristic parameters of the plasma originally investigated by Spitzer are estimated....
SummaryExperiments have been performed in order to get information about the phenomena preceding the electrical breakdown in small vacuum gaps. Most experiments have been made with impulse voltages of different rise times; some complementary results obtained with alternating voltage are also...
SummaryThe two-dimensional stagnation flow of an electrically conducting, incompressible and viscous fluid against a plane wall is investigated for the case when the induced field is negligible compared to the imposed transverse magnetic field. It is found that the component of the velocity...
SummaryThe electromagnetic forces in the flow of an electrically conducting fluid in the presence of a magnetic field are non-conservative and therefore produce vorticity. The simple case of uniform efflux of a conducting fluid from the surface of a magnetized sphere is studied. Two methods are...
SummaryIt is usual in the analysis of one-dimensional channel flows to study the behaviour of the analogous isentropic flow since, first, it retains the essential features of flows of practical interest and, secondly, it is simpler to describe. Although in conventional channel flows it is...
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