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A qualitative overview of MHD; 2. The governing equations of electrodynamics; 3. The governing equations of fluid mechanics: Part I. Fluid flow in the absence of Lorentz forces; Part II. Incorporating the Lorentz force; 4. Kinematics of MHD: advection and diffusion of a magnetic field; 5.
Dynamics at low magnetic Reynolds numbers: Part I. Suppression of motion; Part II. Generation of motion; Part III. Boundary layers; 6. Dynamics at moderate to high magnetic Reynolds number; 7. Applications in Engineering and Metallurgy: 8. Magnetic stirring using rotating fields; 9.
Magnetic damping using static fields; Axisymmetric flows driven by the injection of current; MHD instabilities in reduction cells; High-frequency fields: magnetic levitation and induction heating; Appendices; Bibliography; Index. All in all, a wonderful introduction to the subject and more! The author cares greatly about the student. The language of this book is simple, vivid, yet fully scientific. It is a real pleasure to read it. It is a real pleasure to read. Davidson presents excellent scaling arguments to justify his equation and to give the reader deeper insight into the subject" Physics Today "The book is unique in bringing together a number of diverse MHD topics
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