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Study of Hydrodynamic-Magnetic-Thermal Coupling in a Linear Induction MHD Pump
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 Title & Authors
Study of Hydrodynamic-Magnetic-Thermal Coupling in a Linear Induction MHD Pump
Kadid, Fatima Zohra; Drid, Said; Abdessemed, Rachid;
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 Abstract
This article deals with the analysis of a coupling between stationary Maxwell`s equations, the transient state Navier-Stokes and thermal equations. The resolution of these equations is obtained by introducing the magnetic vector potential A, the vorticity , the stream function and the temperature T. The flux density, the electromagnetic thrust, the electric power density, the velocity, the pressure and the temperature are graphically visualized. Also, the influence of the frequency is presented.
 Keywords
Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD);Finite element method (FE.M);Finite volume method (FVM);Stream-vorticity formulation;Temperature;Channel;Induction pump;
 Language
English
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