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Tangential and rotational

magnetic fluid (having zero viscosity, thermal ... To elucidate the conditions which

must be satisfied on a surface of

Tangential and rotational

**discontinuities**The equations of motion for an “ideal”magnetic fluid (having zero viscosity, thermal ... To elucidate the conditions which

must be satisfied on a surface of

**discontinuity**, let us consider an element of the ...Page 227

Although tangential and rotational

are also

such that v and H are tangential in direction and continuous in magnitude.

Although tangential and rotational

**discontinuities**form two different types, thereare also

**discontinuities**having the properties of both. These**discontinuities**aresuch that v and H are tangential in direction and continuous in magnitude.

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velocity component is continuous. By a suitable choice of co-ordinates therefore,

we can always ensure that vi = 0 on either side of the

moves perpendicularly to the

velocity component is continuous. By a suitable choice of co-ordinates therefore,

we can always ensure that vi = 0 on either side of the

**discontinuity**, i.e. the gasmoves perpendicularly to the

**discontinuity**, and we shall henceforth assume this.### What people are saying - Write a review

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Methods of solving problems in electrostatics | 9 |

A conducting ellipsoid | 20 |

The forces on a conductor | 31 |

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