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A linear model of two cylindrical plane wall layers exposed to oscillating temperatures and frequencies was built using a physical superposition of two states. In the first state, the inner surface of a wall was exposed to oscillating temperature and the outer surface was exposed to a zero relative temperature. In the second state, the inner surfac...
A linear physical cases extension of the Stokes second problem to a flow field between two oscillat-ing plates with different amplitudes and frequencies for one homogenous fluid and two fluids is presented. The solution presented may be applicable to any number of fluids. As a first stage, a homogeneous fluid flow field between two oscillating plat...
This paper shows that a turned trochoidal function disturbance may lead to peripheral drops production. The resulting model is used to describe that a turned trochoidal disturbance leads to peripheral drops production on the liquid jet surface without the necessity for superimposed disturbances. The trochoid is a non-unique parametric function. Onl...
The concept of superimposed sequence of nonaxial and polar disturbances that propagate one on top of the other, in the process of spray formation from jets, is introduced. The axisymetric ligaments and drops that are formed in this process, including toroidal forms of drops, can sustain a wide range of polar disturbances on their surface. A new dis...
A fundamental physical mechanism whereby sprays are formed from liquid jets is formulated. It is shown that a combination of axial disturbances cannot produce the necessary conditions for non-axial evolution of drops. These conditions are satisfied by a non-axial sequence of superimposed disturbances, propagating one on top of the other. The result...
A fundamental physical mechanism whereby sprays are formed is formulated. A model of nonaxial sequence of superimposed disturbances, propagating one on top of the other, is used to describe the evolution of liquid jets into sprays. It is postulated that every consecutive superimposed disturbance travels tangent to the surface that supports its prop...