Magneto Hydrodynamics

Electrically conducting fluid such as plasmas, salt water and liquid metal contain some magnetic properties and studying properties of such fluids is called magneto-hydrodynamic. MHD can be explained by two different theorems one is naiver- stroke equation for fluid dynamics and Maxwell equation for electromagnetism, which induces the concept that magnetic field can induce current in moving conducting fluid. There are multiple example based on the application of the MHD, Example Ranging from geophysics ,earthquakes ,astrophysics ,sensors etc. the concept of MHD was first introduced by Hannes Alfven for which he received novel prize in 1970 in physics.

  • Electro hydrodynamics
  • Electromagnetic pump
  • MHD generator
  • MHD sensor
  • Magneto hydrodynamic turbulence
  • Magneto hydrodynamic Waves

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