Effects of magnetic fields on capillary-gravity waves in the presence of magnetic surfactants
Institute of Mechanics, Moscow State University, 117192 Moscow, Russia
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Published online: 4 July 2018
The stability of capillary-gravity wave motion on horizontal free surface of viscous noncompressible fluid in the presence of magnetic surfactant in an external magnetic field was studied. It is shown that for normal as well as for tangential external magnetic field the horizontal free liquid surface is unstable for field strength exceeding some critical value that does not depend on the elastic constant of the surfactant film. However, for oblique external magnetic field the stability of the free surface depends not only on the field value but also on the surfactant elastic constant.
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