On the diffusion of a rigid viscoplastic vortex layer
Received 27 November 2017; accepted 20 December 2017
2018, Vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 63-67
Author(s): Georgievsky D. V.
This paper is concerned with obtaining the parameters of a nonsteady shear rigid viscoplastic flow in a half-plane initially at rest. Beginning with the initial time moment, the constant tangent stress exceeding a yield stress is given on the boundary. The diffusion-vortex solution holds true inside an extending layer with an a priori unknown boundary. The remaining half-plane is immovable in this case. A two-dimensional picture of disturbances is imposed on the obtained flow; the picture may then evolve over time. The upper estimates of velocity disturbances by the integral measure of the space $H_2$ are constructed. It is shown that, in a certain range of parameters, the estimating function may decrease up to some point of minimum and only then increase exponentially. The fact of its initial decrease is interpreted as a stabilization of the main flow on a finite time interval.
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