On the Flow Between a Moving Flat Plate and a Stationary Cylinder -- A Study of Entrance Inertia Effects Associated with High-Speed Magnetic Tapes and Computer Flying Heads.
COLUMBIA UNIV NEW YORK LUBRICATION RESEARCH LAB
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To predict analytically the entrance inertia effects associated with high-speed magnetic tapes or with computer flying heads, the problem of viscous flow between a spindle and a plate moving in its own plane is considered. Numerical solutions are obtained for the complete Navier-Stokes equations. A preliminary observation is made on the inviscid dynamic pressure corresponding to the plate velocity in relation to the ambient pressure for the Stokes and Reynolds flow within the gap. Author
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