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The author wishes to thank Professor P. H. Roberts, University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne for informing him of similar models which are discussed in Ref. 47. 'Here I( (1 denotes the usual Euclidean metric. 4 Fig. 8. 0 x1 S. M. ROHDE 52 VII. A VARIATIONAL FORMULATION FOR CERTAIN FREE BOUNDARY PROBLEMS In this section we give a brief mathematical overview of a class of problems which have interesting and significant applications to physical systems. Some of these applications are discussed subsequently.
11. Variational Formulations . . . . . . IrI. Approximate Methods Based on Variational Principles . IV. The Finite Element Method . . . . . . V. Application of the Local Potential Finite Element Iterative Scheme to the Slow Viscous Flow of a Compressible Fluid betweenFiniteEccentric Permeablecylinders . . . VI. Local Potential Formulation for the Slow Viscous Flow of Non-Newtonian Fluid between Nonparallel Plates . . VII. A Variational Formulation for Certain Free Boundary Problems .
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