## What is/are Rotating Disks?

Rotating Disks - Independent variables comprise diameter of grinding disk, thickness of grinding disk, number of grinding disk, clearance between two rotating disks, energy of flywheel, angular speed, time to speed up the flywheel, % moisture content, hardness of nut, moment of inertia of flywheel, gear ratio, bulk density of nut, and feed rate.^{[1]}The movement of viscous fluid in a small gap between stationary and rotating disks is investigated and a mathematical description is given for flat and stepped disks.

^{[2]}This new formation pathway during the disk evolution in Class 0/I Young Stellar Objects possibly explains the counter-rotating disks recently discovered by ALMA.

^{[3]}In this paper, two-dimensional numerical simulations of rotating disks are performed together with verification experiments to investigate drag reduction effect of micro riblet under rotational flow condition.

^{[4]}Permeability effects on rotating disks are also checked along with consideration of Joule heating and viscous dissipation effects.

^{[5]}The proposed robot consists of three rotating disks linked via three perpendicular adjustable rods, actuated by three rotary and three linear motors, respectively.

^{[6]}In this study, the problem of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) suspended in water between two stretchable rotating disks is discussed.

^{[7]}It is shown that a large class of rotating disks flows described by an exact solution of the Navier–Stokes equations can be mapped on the mechanical motion of a point mass in the complex domain.

^{[8]}We conclude that massive bulges and regularly rotating disks can form more rapidly in the early Universe than predicted by models of galaxy formation.

^{[9]}The issue of the motion of fluid between two rotating disks often arises in practice and it has been little investigated yet.

^{[10]}The magnetohydrodynamic flow of Silver (Ag) based carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs and MWCNTs) nanofluid between two stretchable rotating disks is presented in this article.

^{[11]}An experimental setup was used for the study, which contained two rotating disks mounted at a distance of 20 mm from each other on the shaft of a high-speed electric motor, with holes in the upper disk through which spraying occurs on the surface of the lower disk.

^{[12]}Analysis of pressure losses in the secondary systems of aero gas turbines has identified a significant contribution in the bled airflow path through the compressor cavity between rotating disks.

^{[13]}In this regards, current pagination is devoted to analyze thermal features of viscous fluid flow between orthogonally rotating disks with inclusion of metallic matrix nanocomposite (MMNC) and ceramic matrix nanocomposites (CMNC) materials.

^{[14]}Retrograde infall can lead to the formation of counter-rotating disks and enhanced accretion.

^{[15]}Present model analyze the flow and heat transfer of water-based carbon nanotubes (CNTs) Fe3O4 ferrofluid flow between two radially stretchable rotating disks in the presence of a uniform magnetic f.

^{[16]}Reynolds number and magnetic parameter observed to boost up the skin friction at the lower and upper rotating disks, while rotational ratio and suction/injection helps to slow down the skin friction at both surfaces of disks.

^{[17]}In the present article, the model of forced flow and heat transfer in a non-Newtonian Reiner-Rivlin fluid between two infinite rotating disks in the presence of a magnetic field has been studied analytically.

^{[18]}Unbalance response is measured traditionally on rotor supports, in this work the response measured from rotating disks instead.

^{[19]}Inspired by several implementations (metal mining, turbine disc, spinning disk, mechanical engineering and drawing of plastic film) of nanoliquid flow between rotating disks, we have reported a theoretical analysis on magnetohydrodynamic flow of kerosene base liquid containing three different nanoparticles namely manganese-zinc ferrite, cobalt ferrite and nickel-zinc ferrite between two parallel rotating-disks.

^{[20]}BACKGROUND The phenomena of rotating disks involving flows serve as a crucial element in the field of fluid mechanics.

^{[21]}The possibility of using the proposed simulation principles for an assessment of the structural integrity of GTE rotating disks is discussed.

^{[22]}Having such astounding physiognomies in mind our purpose in this study is to make a comparison of the performance of Yamada-Ota and Xue models for a nanofluid flow amidst two rotating disks in a spongy medium.

^{[23]}The impact of variable viscosity and variable conductivity is presented on the water-based Fe3O4 nanofluid flow between two parallel stretchable rotating disks.

^{[24]}The purpose of this study is to investigate Thermo-mechanical limit elastic speed analysis of functionally graded (FG) rotating disks with the temperature-dependent material properties.

^{[25]}Despite numerous reports on the newly discovered hybrid nanofluid, little is known on the influence of increasing Reynolds number, stretching of lower, and upper disks on the dynamics of water conveying graphene and silver between rotating disks when Lorentz force, Joule heating, suction, thermal radiation of thermal energy, and Cattaneo-Christov heat flux are highly significant.

^{[26]}This study aims to examine the flow characteristics of Ree–Eyring fluid between two rotating disks.

^{[27]}In addition to FG beams, plates and shells, various structures such as tubes, implants, rotating disks, sport instruments, etc.

^{[28]}Tesla pumps are composed of rotating disks (without blades) and are based on the boundary layer effect (i.

^{[29]}5\%$) of our massive galaxies develop counter-rotating disks from the gas infall misaligned with the existing disk plane, which can last for more than a Gyr until they become the dominant component, and flip the angular momentum of the galaxy in the opposite direction.

^{[30]}counter rotating disks, kinematically decoupled cores) on luminosity-weighted properties.

^{[31]}In particular, the rotating disks used as a rotor in an aircraft engine, rotating impeller wheel of a compressor and fasteners in high pressure pipelines are the important application areas, where rotational autofrettage is useful in mitigating the detrimental tensile stresses during operation.

^{[32]}We are concerned with the local linear convective instability of the incompressible boundary-layer flows over rough rotating disks for non-Newtonian fluids.

^{[33]}The results show that the flow fields are prone to be disturbed by the controller of the two rotating disks when the AGP is low, which makes it difficult to control the droplet deposition.

^{[34]}The flow of water and a mixture of water–ethylene glycol as a base fluid and Fe3O4, as a nanoparticle between two stretching rotating disks, are investigated.

^{[35]}No such attempt is yet done by the researchers on entropy optimized Darcy-Forchheimer CNTs based nanomaterial flow between two rotating disks.

^{[36]}In this study, analytical solutions are obtained for the unsteady flow of a viscous, incompressible fluid between two coaxial rotating disks of infinite dimensions, using the homotopy analysis method (HAM).

^{[37]}With increasing Rt by increasing the disk rotation rate, the pressures near the downstream disk decrease, while the frictional moments on rotating disks increase.

^{[38]}The unsteady mixed convection of a hybrid nanofluid due to rotating disks is examined.

^{[39]}The aim of this study was to pave the way to industrial application of a new two-rotating disks-type tribo-aero-electrostatic separator for finely grinded matter (i.

^{[40]}The current paper investigates the flow with and without pre-swirl through two types of axial holes (round and square in cross-sectional shape respectively) in rotating disks at various flow conditions using both experiment and CFD methods.

^{[41]}Keeping such proficiency of CNTs base materials in mind we here target to scrutinize entropy generation subject to CNTs in dissipative flow between two coaxially rotating disks.

^{[42]}The inward flow between two parallel, co-rotating disks undergoes a thorough examination by analytical, experimental and numerical means.

^{[43]}This study investigates the three-dimensional inclined magnetohydrodynamic flow of a micropolar fluid occurring between two stretchable rotating disks.

^{[44]}6 cluster galaxies generally look like galaxies infalling from the field, with typical main-sequence star formation rates and massive molecular gas reservoirs situated in rotating disks.

^{[45]}To prevent ingestions of the combustion gas into the cavity between the stationary components and rotating disks, coolant flow from the compressor is used to seal and purge the area against the hot gas.

^{[46]}Effects of Joule heating and viscous dissipation are considered between two rotating disks.

^{[47]}Nonlinear, steady-state, viscous flow and heat transfer between two stretchable rotating disks spinning at dissimilar velocities is studied with a non-Fourier heat flux model.

^{[48]}The present study reports the linear elastic analysis of variable thickness functionally graded rotating disks.

^{[49]}WithAllSpins flushes buffered data to currently rotating disks, whereas SpinupEE forces disks to spin up based on the estimated energy efficiency, and writes buffered data to the disk to make the buffer space fresh.

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## Two Rotating Disks

Independent variables comprise diameter of grinding disk, thickness of grinding disk, number of grinding disk, clearance between two rotating disks, energy of flywheel, angular speed, time to speed up the flywheel, % moisture content, hardness of nut, moment of inertia of flywheel, gear ratio, bulk density of nut, and feed rate.^{[1]}The issue of the motion of fluid between two rotating disks often arises in practice and it has been little investigated yet.

^{[2]}An experimental setup was used for the study, which contained two rotating disks mounted at a distance of 20 mm from each other on the shaft of a high-speed electric motor, with holes in the upper disk through which spraying occurs on the surface of the lower disk.

^{[3]}Having such astounding physiognomies in mind our purpose in this study is to make a comparison of the performance of Yamada-Ota and Xue models for a nanofluid flow amidst two rotating disks in a spongy medium.

^{[4]}This study aims to examine the flow characteristics of Ree–Eyring fluid between two rotating disks.

^{[5]}The results show that the flow fields are prone to be disturbed by the controller of the two rotating disks when the AGP is low, which makes it difficult to control the droplet deposition.

^{[6]}No such attempt is yet done by the researchers on entropy optimized Darcy-Forchheimer CNTs based nanomaterial flow between two rotating disks.

^{[7]}Effects of Joule heating and viscous dissipation are considered between two rotating disks.

^{[8]}Therefore, the nanomaterial has been used in flow of Ree-Eyring fluid between two rotating disks for thermal conductivity enhancement of base fluid.

^{[9]}Soret and Dufour effects on MHD flow of Williamson fluid between two rotating disks are examined.

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## Stretchable Rotating Disks

In this study, the problem of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) suspended in water between two stretchable rotating disks is discussed.^{[1]}The magnetohydrodynamic flow of Silver (Ag) based carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs and MWCNTs) nanofluid between two stretchable rotating disks is presented in this article.

^{[2]}Present model analyze the flow and heat transfer of water-based carbon nanotubes (CNTs) Fe3O4 ferrofluid flow between two radially stretchable rotating disks in the presence of a uniform magnetic f.

^{[3]}The impact of variable viscosity and variable conductivity is presented on the water-based Fe3O4 nanofluid flow between two parallel stretchable rotating disks.

^{[4]}This study investigates the three-dimensional inclined magnetohydrodynamic flow of a micropolar fluid occurring between two stretchable rotating disks.

^{[5]}Nonlinear, steady-state, viscous flow and heat transfer between two stretchable rotating disks spinning at dissimilar velocities is studied with a non-Fourier heat flux model.

^{[6]}This research elaborates magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) impact on non-Newtonian (Williamson) fluid flow by stretchable rotating disks.

^{[7]}The main concern of this article is to study the Maxwell nanofluid flow between two coaxially parallel stretchable rotating disks subject to axial magnetic field.

^{[8]}We develop a mathematical modeling for an electrically conducting non-Newtonian Maxwell fluid flow occurring between two coaxially parallel stretchable rotating disks at constant distant apart.

^{[9]}The flow is discussed between two stretchable rotating disks.

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## Coaxial Rotating Disks

In this study, analytical solutions are obtained for the unsteady flow of a viscous, incompressible fluid between two coaxial rotating disks of infinite dimensions, using the homotopy analysis method (HAM).^{[1]}With an objective to unfold the flow and heat transfer characteristics of carbon nanotubes between two stretchable coaxial rotating disks, the present investigation has been carried out.

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## Graded Rotating Disks

The present study reports the linear elastic analysis of variable thickness functionally graded rotating disks.^{[1]}In this paper, the in-plane free vibration analysis of the functionally graded rotating disks with variable thickness is presented utilizing DQM.

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## rotating disks made

The present study deals with the linear elastic stress analysis of rotating disks made of functionally graded polar orthotropic material whose mechanical properties vary in radial direction.^{[1]}The present study reports the stress and deformation analysis of thick rotating disks made of two-dimensional functionally graded materials (FGMs).

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