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Article citations


Ghosh, S.K., Beg, O.A., Zueco, J. and Prasad, V.R. (2010) Transient Hydromagnetic Flow in a Rotating Channel Permeated by an Inclined Magnetic Field with Magnetic Induction and Maxwell Displacement Current Effects. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Mathematik und Physik (ZAMP) 61, 147-169.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Transient MHD Couette Flow in a Rotating Environment Permeated by an Inclined Magnetic Field by Means of a Traveling Magnetic Field Subject to a Forced Oscillation

    AUTHORS: Swapan Kumar Ghosh

    KEYWORDS: MHD Start Up Flow, Forced Oscillation, Stagnation, Radio Emission, X-Emission, Resonance Fluorescence, Laser Radiation

    JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of Mechanics, Vol.8 No.9, September 18, 2018

    ABSTRACT: The present investigation reveals to a magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) start up flow of a rotating environment permeated by a traveling magnetic field with reference to a periodic driving force to explore the behaviour of a magnetic field at the resonant level. In a time varying electromagnetic field of sinusoidal in nature subject to ∇⋅J≠0, an oscillating current flow emerges the backbone of a radio emission in which the emission of hot electron gyrates in a magnetic field in the presence of a radiofrequency accelerator. The expedition of a radiofrequency field determines X-emission to expedite radiofrequency voltage under the influence of A.C circuit subject to ∇⋅J≠0. An oscillating current flow deals with an excitation frequency in such a way that phase angle rotates with angular frequency, the magnetic field grows towards the resonant level when the phase angle ωτ=π/2 is compatible with ω>0. In turn, plasma induced laser radiation is influenced by an oscillator with a decisive importance to an excitation frequency in the presence of a magnetic mirror so that maximum reflection occurs as the magnetic field increase in strength abruptly to exhibit resonance fluorescence. A synchronized laser photon light in transmitted from the Sun subject to ωτ=π/2.