Magnetic Induction Equation

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Magnetic Induction Equation

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Hi,
I have a question about equation number 23.1 in the Elmermodelsmanual, what does the term v represent?
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v is for velocity vector.
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raback wrote: 24 Jun 2021, 22:51 v is for velocity vector.
What velocity? From Navier-Stockes equation?
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In the section Boundary Conditions of the same chapter, is "natural boundary condition" like Neumann condition?
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raback wrote: 24 Jun 2021, 22:51 v is for velocity vector.
Would it be the "MHD velocity"? Namely, the velocity of the particles?
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