CONVECTIVE INSTABILITY IN A RAPIDLY ROTATING VISCOELASTIC LAYER.

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Abstract

The linear stability of a highly rotating horizontal viscoelastic fluid layer heated from below was studied in Boussinesq approximation, when the fluid is governed by relations due to Oldroyd. The problem is solved by using singular perturbation methods. The effect of elasticity is shown to destabilize the layer, in general. However, the degree of destabilization depends crucially on the retardation time of the fluid as well as on the type of boundary under consideration. The reason for the destabilization is traced down to the inhibition of viscous dissipation by elasticity.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationZ Angew Math Mech
Pages599-604
Number of pages6
Volume55
Edition10
Publication statusPublished - Oct 1975

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    Eltayeb, I. A. (1975). CONVECTIVE INSTABILITY IN A RAPIDLY ROTATING VISCOELASTIC LAYER. In Z Angew Math Mech (10 ed., Vol. 55, pp. 599-604)