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Theoretical Study of the Reverse Roll Coating of Non-Isothermal Magnetohydrodynamics Viscoplastic Fluid
This article describes the development of a mathematical model of the reverse roll coating of a thin film for an incompressible non-isothermal magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) viscoplastic fluid as it passes through a small gap between two rolls rotating reversely. The equations of motion required for the fluid added to the web are constructed and simplified using the lubrication approximation theory (LAT). Analytical results are obtained for the velocity profile, pressure gradient, and temperaturedoi:10.3390/coatings10100940 fatcat:4h36uexifjcmlf5gsxluoxojym