Re-Entrant Corner Singularity of the PTT Fluid

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The local asymptotic behaviour is given for planar re-entrant corner flows of Phan-Thien-Tanner fluids with a solvent viscosity. The solvent stress and Newtonian velocity field dominate in all regions, with the polymer stress being uniformly subdominant. At small radial distances r to the corner, the velocity field vanishes as O (r(lambda 0)) whilst the solvent stress behaviour is O(r(-(1-lambda 0))). The polymer stress has the less singular behaviour O (r(-4(1-lambda 0)/(5+lambda 0))), where lambda(0) is an element of [1/2, 1) is the Newtonian flow-field eigenvalue. Stress boundary layers are needed at the walls for the polymer stress solution, which are of thickness O (r((4-lambda 0)/3)). These results confirm the order of magnitude estimates previously obtained by Renardy [13], the alternative derivation given here using the method of matched asymptotic expansions. These results breakdown in the limit of vanishing solvent viscosity as well as vanishing quadratic stress terms (i.e. the Oldroyd-B limit). It is also implicitly assumed that there are no regions of recirculation at the upstream wall i.e. we consider flow in the absence of a lip vortex.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationNumerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics, Vols I-III
EditorsT E Simos, G Psihoyios, C Tsitouras
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics
Pages1676-1679
Number of pages4
Volume1281
ISBN (Print)978-0-7354-0834-0
DOIs
StatusPublished - 2010

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NameAIP Conference Proceedings
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics

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fluids
polymers
velocity distribution
corner flow
viscosity
upstream
boundary layers
flow distribution
eigenvalues
derivation
breakdown
vortices
expansion
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Evans, J. D. (2010). Re-Entrant Corner Singularity of the PTT Fluid. In T. E. Simos, G. Psihoyios, & C. Tsitouras (Eds.), Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics, Vols I-III (Vol. 1281, pp. 1676-1679). (AIP Conference Proceedings). American Institute of Physics. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3498161

Re-Entrant Corner Singularity of the PTT Fluid. / Evans, Jonathan D.

Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics, Vols I-III. ed. / T E Simos; G Psihoyios; C Tsitouras. Vol. 1281 American Institute of Physics, 2010. p. 1676-1679 (AIP Conference Proceedings).

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Evans, JD 2010, Re-Entrant Corner Singularity of the PTT Fluid. in TE Simos, G Psihoyios & C Tsitouras (eds), Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics, Vols I-III. vol. 1281, AIP Conference Proceedings, American Institute of Physics, pp. 1676-1679. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3498161
Evans JD. Re-Entrant Corner Singularity of the PTT Fluid. In Simos TE, Psihoyios G, Tsitouras C, editors, Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics, Vols I-III. Vol. 1281. American Institute of Physics. 2010. p. 1676-1679. (AIP Conference Proceedings). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3498161
Evans, Jonathan D. / Re-Entrant Corner Singularity of the PTT Fluid. Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics, Vols I-III. editor / T E Simos ; G Psihoyios ; C Tsitouras. Vol. 1281 American Institute of Physics, 2010. pp. 1676-1679 (AIP Conference Proceedings).
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