Spatially periodic Stokes flow stirred by a rotlet interior to a closed corrugated boundary
Abstract: Spatially periodic solutions of the creeping flow equations are found for the stream function in which the motion is stirred by a two-dimensional rotlet in the region interior to a closed corrugated boundary. Streamlines are given for different geometrical configurations. In some cases there is separation of the streamlines in the crevices of the corrugation.
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