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On the Swirling Flow between Rotating Coaxial Disks: A Survey.
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WISCONSIN UNIV-MADISON MATHEMATICS RESEARCH CENTER
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Consider solutions Hx, epsilon, Gx, epsilon of the von Karman equations for the swirling flow between two rotating coaxial disks 1.1 epsilon H HH GG equal 0, 1.2 epsilon G HG - HG equal 0. In this survey we describe much of the activity of the past 30 years - involving physical conjecture, numerical computation, asymptotic expansions and rigorous mathematical results. In particular we focus on the questions of existence and nonuniqueness, monotonicity, and scaling. Author
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