MODELLING AND ANALYSIS OF METALLIC PARTICLE MOVEMENT IN A COMMON ENCLOSURE GIB WITH ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD

G.V.N. Kumar, J. Amarnath, B.P. Singh, and K.D. Srivastava

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