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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Your rating has been recorded. It includes, in addition to problems of flow through ducts and around bodies, the theory of various kinds of instability, due to velocity shears, temperature gradients or magnetic stresses. Please enter your name. 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.

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Please enter the message. General ideas and simple applications — Magnetohydrostatics — Wave motion — Magnetic fields and instability — Dynamo theories — Ionized gases.

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