By S Molokov; R Moreau; H K Moffatt
This e-book revises the evolution of rules in quite a few branches of magnetohydrodynamics (astrophysics, earth and sun dynamos, pinch, MHD turbulence and liquid metals) and studies present tendencies and demanding situations. Uniquely, it includes the evaluation articles at the improvement of the topic through pioneers within the box in addition to top specialists, not only in a single, yet in a variety of branches of magnetohydrodynamics, similar to liquid metals, astrophysics, dynamo and pinch.
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Astrophys J 141:240–250 The strange result for P r = 0 has been elucidated by Zhang K, Roberts PH (1997) Thermal inertial waves in a rotating ﬂuid layer: exact and asymptotic solutions. Phys Fluids 9:1980–1987 The corresponding MHD problem is addressed in Roberts PH, Zhang K (2000) Thermal generation of Alfvén waves in oscillatory magnetoconvection. J Fluid Mech 420:201–223 Merrill RT, McElhinny MW, McFadden PL (1983) The magnetic ﬁeld of the Earth. Academic Press, San Diego On p. 17 it is reported that, in 1905 shortly after writing his special relativity paper, Einstein described the problem of the origin of the Earth’s magnetic ﬁeld as being one of the most important unsolved problems in physics.
Oxford University Press, Oxford On page 104, he discusses his Ra ∝ T 2/3 law; on page 177, he does the same for his Ra ∝ Q law; and in §32 he examines rotating convection for zero Prandtl number P r. , it is almost as big as the ﬁrst! See Roberts PH (1965) On the thermal instability of a highly rotating ﬂuid sphere. Astrophys J 141:240–250 The strange result for P r = 0 has been elucidated by Zhang K, Roberts PH (1997) Thermal inertial waves in a rotating ﬂuid layer: exact and asymptotic solutions.
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Magnetohydrodynamics : historical evolution and trends by S Molokov; R Moreau; H K Moffatt