tangential stress 
In these studies, the tangential stress on the free surface was taken equal to zero, and the fluid film was always considered essentially plane.


In this case, the interface has a finite radius of curvature and the tangential stress on the interface may be significantly different from zero.


Stability of wave forms of motion of a viscous fluid layer under tangential stress


We study the stability of wave flow of a viscous incompressible fluid layer subjected to tangential stress and an inclined gravity force with respect to longwave disturbances.


Wave formation on surface of viscous liquid due to tangential stress


Stability of liquid flow along the wall of a vertical tube under the action of tangential stress


Shear motions of elastic fluids for a given tangential stress


Similarity laws of the distributions of the average velocity, tangential stress, and meansquare transverse velocity fluctuation are established in an intermediate zone of a turbulent boundary layer with injection and suction.


A free steadystate flow is treated for the case when a preassigned constant tangential stress is applied to one of the channel walls.


An Algebraic Model of Turbulence for Flows with a Maximum of Tangential Stress Inside the Boundary Layer


The twolayer Klauser scheme of turbulent boundary layer is used to construct a new algebraic model of turbulence for a fairly wide class of flows characterized by the presence of a maximum of tangential stress inside the layer.


An expression is obtained for the tangential stress at the top of the asthenosphere beneath an MOR and the total friction force produced by the asthenospheric flow at the asthenospherelithosphere boundary is determined.


We calculate the tangential stress intensity coefficients near the boundary z = 0, x = 0, y >amp;lt; ∞ of the halfplane.


We give a numerical solution of the Fredholm equations and calculate the integrals for the tangential stress intensity coefficients.


Tangential stress in the descending flow of a turbulent film and a gas


The relationship between the pressure gradient and the tangential stress at the wall of the tube and at the interface is established.


The tangential stress is found experimentally as a function of the Reynolds numbers of the two phases.


The effect of free convection on the tangential stress of a vertical heated plate when the plate is suddenly introduced into the motion and its temperature is changed is considered.


The leastsquares method is applied to determine the parameters in the rheological equation of state for the liquid over wide ranges in the velocity gradient and tangential stress.


Profiles of the velocity and tangential stress at the wall in a plane turbulent boundary layer were measured at transonic velocities in a broad range of Reynolds numbers.

