Magnetohydrodynamics. T G Cowling Magnetohydrodynamics has applications to the flow of conducting liquids, and to the motion of laboratory and cosmical. Magnetohydrodynamics, by T. G. COWLING, New York: Interscience Publishers, Inc., pp. $ – Volume 3 Issue 5 – J. M. Burgers. Magnetohydrodynamics / T. G. Cowling Cowling, T. G. (Thomas George) Author: Cowling, T. G. (Thomas George); Subjects: Magnetohydrodynamics.;.
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Privacy Magnetohydrocynamics Terms and Conditions. Magnetohydrodynamics has applications to the flow of conducting liquids, and to the motion of laboratory and cosmical plasmas, each in the presence of a magnetic field.
The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. The stress in the present report is on the theoretical aspects. Similar Items Related Subjects: General ideas and simple applications — Magnetohydrostatics — Wave motion — Magnetic fields and instability — Dynamo theories — Ionized gases. English View all editions and formats.
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New York, Interscience Publishers, Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. The discussion of phenomena in ionized gases is preceded by an account of the factors determining electric currents, particularly in a gas at low density.
Please enter recipient e-mail address es. The topics treated include hydromagnetic waves of small and finite amplitudes, the control of thermonuclear devices, and the generation of electricity from fast-moving plasmas.
T G Cowling Publisher: The final section is concerned with geophysical phenomena arising from the emission by magnetohydodynamics sun of streams of charged particles. Write a review Rate this item: Many examples of the last type of instability also occur in ionized gases.
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