A note on the potential vortex in a wall jet
Abstract: Recently Gurevich  found an exact solution for the problem posed by the plane flow past a vortex of an inviscid, incompressible fluid which is bounded above by a free surface and below by a horizontal wall. This solution, which is found by using a conformal mapping of the flow region onto the interior of a semicircular region, is restricted to flows with at least one stagnation point.
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