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  • A note on steady flow into a submerged point sink

    Hocking, Graeme Charles; Forbes, Lawrence K.; Stokes, Tim E. (Cambridge University Press, 2014)
    The steady, axisymmetric flow induced by a point sink (or source) submerged in an unbounded inviscid fluid is computed. The resulting deformation of the free surface is obtained, and a limit of steady solutions is found ...
  • The effect of surface tension on free surface flow induced by a point sink in a fluid of finite depth

    Hocking, Graeme Charles; Nguyen, H.H.N.; Stokes, Tim E.; Forbes, L.K. (Elsevier Ltd, 2017)
    Solutions are presented to the problem of steady, axisymmetric flow of an inviscid fluid into a point sink. The fluid is of finite depth and has a free surface. Two numerical schemes, a spectral method and an integral ...
  • The effect of surface tension on free-surface flow induced by a point sink

    Hocking, Graeme Charles; Nguyen, H.H.N.; Forbes, L.K.; Stokes, Tim E. (Cambridge University Press, 2016)
    The steady, axisymmetric flow induced by a point sink (or source) submerged in an inviscid fluid of infinite depth is computed and the resulting deformation of the free surface is obtained. The effect of surface tension ...
  • On starting conditions for a submerged sink in a fluid

    Forbes, Lawrence K.; Stokes, Tim E.; Hocking, Graeme Charles (Springer, 2008)
    Withdrawal of a fluid through an isolated line sink (for planar flow) or a point sink (for axi-symmetric flow in three dimensions) is considered. A linearized solution is presented in both cases, under the assumption that ...
  • A rational approximation to the evolution of a free surface during fluid withdrawal through a point sink

    Hocking, Graeme Charles; Stokes, Tim E.; Forbes, Lawrence K. (Cambridge University Press, 2010)
    The time varying flow in which fluid is withdrawn from a reservoir through a point sink of variable strength beneath a free surface is considered. Asymptotic techniques are used to derive an approximate solution to the ...

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