- What will happen when ions flow through a metal tube that has the same charge as the ions? As both has same charges, do the boundary layer will still form?
Suppose we have a charged metal tube through which charged ions of compressible fluid is passing. I want to know whether the boundary layer will still form that will resist the flow or the flow will be smoother. We all know how strong electromagnetic force is and this will push the ions away from each other. Does that means drag will be much less?