Fig. 1.The concept of magnet switching pro-vides indefinitely sustained MHD microfluidics in one direction. Shown is a representative plot of fluid displacement and applied current as a function of time (an intermittent square wave, ISW) during a switching experiment.

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Tulin Kaman, University of Arkansas Simulation of Turbulent Combustion with Finite-rate Chemistry in Scramjet Engine

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