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Steady extension of incompressible simple fluids. (English) Zbl 0131.40801

fluid mechanics
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[12] Among the viscometric flows there are also some physically usefulapproximatesolutions to the dynamical equations such as torsional flow and cone and plate flow.
[13] Definitions and an introduction to the theory of substantially stagnant motions and viscometric flows are given in reference 11.
[14] Thenth-order Rivlin-Ericksen tensor furnishes a properly invariant measure of thenth time derivative of the ”strain.” For viscometric flows all Rivlin-Ericksen tensors of order greater than 2 are zero.
[15] See also reference 10.
[16] A statement and proof of that theorem is given by J. Serrin in S. Flügge,Handbuch der Physik(Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1959), Vol. VIIII (Fluid Mechanics I), pp. 125–263.
[17] The relationship between the principle of positive internal production of entropy and the sign of the power dissipation in simple fluids is discussed in reference 11.
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