Schematic illustration of fluid layers of densities and thickness , which are stacked in the direction of acceleration . The fluid is immersed in a homogeneous transverse magnetic field which defines direction. The interfaces are assumed to be sinusoidal perturbed and single perturbed, which means all interface perturbations have the same wavelength (wave number).
The dependence of the first interface amplitude on the variation in the thickness of the middle layer. Other relevant parameters are and .
The dependence of the second interface amplitude on the variation in the thickness of the middle layer. Other relevant parameters are and .
Time evolution of the interface amplitudes: the above two correspond to the perturbation amplitude of the first interface with (a) , and (b) , , respectively; the other two correspond to the amplitude of the second interface with (c) , and (d) , , respectively. Other parameters are and .
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