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Inertial and Coriolis effects on oscillatory flow in a horizontal dendrite layer

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Title: Inertial and Coriolis effects on oscillatory flow in a horizontal dendrite layer
Author(s): Riahi, Daniel N.
Subject(s): rotating convection dendrite layer solidification oscillatory convection oscillatory instability inertial flow mushy layers stability analysis
Abstract: Flow instability due to oscillatory modes of disturbances in a horizontal dendrite layer during alloy solidification is investigated under an external constraint of rotation. The flow in the dendrite layer, which is modeled as flow in a porous layer under the Darcy’s law but with the inertial effects included, is assumed to rotate about the vertical axis at a constant angular velocity. The investigation is an extension of the work in Riahi (2003), which was for the case in the absence of the inertial effects. Results of the stability analyses indicate, in particular, that the Coriolis effect can enhance the physical domain for the oscillatory flow, while the inertial effect tends to reduce such domain. Sufficiently strong inertial effect can eliminate presence of the oscillatory mode only for the rotation rate beyond some value.
Issue Date: 2006-01
Series/Report: TAM Reports 1082
Genre: ArticleTechnical Report
Type: Text
Language: English
Publication Status: published or submitted for publication
Peer Reviewed: is peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS: 2007-01-14
Is Version Of: Published as: Daniel N. Riahi, Inertial and coriolis effects on oscillatory flow in a horizontal dendrite layer. Transport in Porous Media, Published online: 22 March 2007. DOI: 10.1007/s11242-006-9091-2. Copyright 2007 Springer Netherlands.

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