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*Physics*, Volume 6, Issue 1 (March 2024) – 30 articles

**Cover Story**(view full-size image): Rotational motion is ubiquitous in the Universe. In galaxies, stars, planet cores, and oceans, magnetic Coriolis forces act along with gravitational force and have a decisive influence on the movement of matter. The resulting systems of partial differential equations are essentially nonlinear and, in addition, turn out to be coupled. To obtain analytical solutions, various mathematical models are proposed, and the adequacy is verified by matching with the experiment. On the other hand, the rapid development of computation makes it possible to integrate complete systems of non-stationary hydrodynamic equations with good spatial resolution. However, numerical methods do not allow a qualitative assessment of the wave process. The review presents studies of the dynamics of ideal and viscous fluids with and without involving electromagnetic phenomena. View this paper

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