Simplification of laminar boundary layer equations
The laminar boundary layer theory has been involved in two domains of transport phenomena: (i) steady-state flow (via Blasius eq.) and (ii) unsteady state flow and/or nonflow (via Newton, Fourier and/or Fick’s equations). Listed partial differential equations with the similarity of solutions enable the substitution of the observed phenomena by only one-second order differential equation. Consequently, an approach established on the general polynomial solution is described. Numerical verification of the concept is presented. Experimental notifications are documented. Finally, the new simulation strategy is suggested.
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