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The Joint Motion of Two Binary Mixtures in a Flat Layer
Viktor K. Andreev
Institute of Mathematics, Siberian Federal University
The invariant solution of the equations of thermodiffusional motion is investigated. This solution describes the motion of two immiscible incompressible binary mixtures with a common flat interface under the action of pressure gradient and thermocapillary forces. The stationary flow of such system is found. If the pressure gradient in one of the mixtures tends to zero sufficiently fast, then the motion of mixtures is slowed down by the viscous friction. On the other hand, if there exists a finite limit of pressure gradient when time tends to infinity, then the solution tends to the stationary state.
flat layer, thermodiffusional motion, invariant solution.
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Received in revised form: 20.10.2008
Viktor K. Andreev, “The Joint Motion of Two Binary Mixtures in a Flat Layer”, J. Sib. Fed. Univ. Math. Phys., 1:4 (2008), 349–370
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