A boundary integral approach for determining the pressure error
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The rectilinear flow of a second-order fluid is considered between two infinitely wide and long parallel plates. The bottom plate is at rest and has a slot of depth 'd' and width 'W' while the top plate is flat and moves along the flow direction with constant speed. A boundary integral equation technique is developed to determine the pressure error due to such a flow. We find that our numerical results compare favorably with the exact solutions obtained by Kearsley for a special case. Also our results lie within the analytical bounds established by Rajagopal and Huilgol for the pressure error for such flows. © 1980 Dr. Dietrich Steinkopff Verlag.
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Rajagopal, K. R., & Mir-Mohamad-Sadegh, A.