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Review comparison of electrical models for diagonal MHD generator cross-sections

Bibliographic reference Winckelmans, Grégoire ; Maxwell, C.D. ; Demetriades, S.T.. Review comparison of electrical models for diagonal MHD generator cross-sections.AIAA 22nd Fluid Dynamics, Plasma Dynamics \& Lasers Conference (Honolulu, HI, du 24/06/1993 au 27/06/1993). In: 22nd Fluid Dynamics, Plasma Dynamics and Lasers Conference - Meeting papers, 1993
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  8. Fig II, Cast I: thin boundary layer
  9. Fig II, Jv arid J,, for the circular cross-section cme using the approximate ODE-type rnodcl of Shamma et al.: Case 1: thin boundary layrr
  10. Currcrit density distributions, Jy and J,, for the square cross-scction case using the finitevolumemcthod: Casc I: thin honndary layar
  11. thin boundary laycr