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THE MOTION OF A CONDUCTING GAS IN A MAGNETOGASDYNAMIC GENERATOR
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Two-dimensional stationary motion of a nonviscous and thermally nonconductive, conducting gas from a stationary source is examined. The assumption is made that, at sufficiently long times, the diagram of the motion of a conducting gas in a magnetogasdynamic generator differs little from the equilibrated one. All unknown hydrodynamicAND MAGNETIC VALUES ARE INDEPENDENT OF TIME. Author
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