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Shear Instability


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Shear Instability

Shear instability in skin tissue

Magnetic and vertical shear instabilities in accretion discs

Asymmetric lithospheric instability facilitated by shear modulus contrast: implications for shear zones

Magnetic-diffusion-driven shear instability of solar flux tubes

On the vertical-shear instability in astrophysical discs

Three-dimensional magneto-shear instabilities in the solar tachocline

Surfactant-induced instability of a sheared liquid layer

Short‐Wave Instability in a Three‐Layer Stratified Shear Flow

Interactions between magnetohydrodynamic shear instabilities and convective flows in the solar interior

The effect of poloidal velocity shear on the local development of current-driven instabilities

Hall instability of solar flux tubes in the presence of shear flows

Three-dimensional magneto-shear instabilities in the solar tachocline – II. Axisymmetric case

Large-scale dynamo action precedes turbulence in shearing box simulations of the magnetorotational instability

Three-Dimensional Magnetohydrodynamic Simulation of Nonlinear Magnetic Buoyancy Instability of Flux Sheets with Magnetic Shear

Linear and non-linear evolution of the vertical shear instability in accretion discs

Erratum: sensitivity of the magnetorotational instability to the shear parameter in stratified simulations

Non-axisymmetric vertical shear and convective instabilities as a mechanism of angular momentum transport

The non-axisymmetric instability of a cylindrical shear flow containing an azimuthal magnetic field

 

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An instability of a flow in which different layers of fluid move at different speeds is termed shear instability. It is observed in the laboratory, in the oceans, in the ...

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