This model may be suitably generalized to

For constant parameters, (+)-MK 801 constraint ∇⋅v=0∇⋅v=0 allows to rewrite the momentum equation (1)2 in the so-called “Gromeka–Lamb” formequation(4)∂∂tv+∇×v×v+∇(12v2+pρ)=−νs∇×∇×v+1ρ∇⋅Πe and the application of the curl operator givesequation(5)∂∂t∇×v+∇×(∇×v×v+νs∇×∇×v−1ρ∇⋅Πe)=0. We now compare (5) with the induction equation obtained by the combination of the Faraday Law (2)2 with the non-ideal Ohm Law (3). At systole point, together with the usual identifications B=∇×vB=∇×v and V=vV=v, as in [5], we propose the relationR=νs∇×∇×v−1ρ∇⋅Πe namely, in analogy with our constitutive viscoelastic setting, we suggest the split formR=Rr+Re, where Rr=νs∇×BRr=νs∇×B would represent the classic (parabolic) resistive part, whereas Re=−1ρ∇⋅Πe would become an elastic contribution, satisfying the rate-type equationτπ∂∂tRe+Re=νe∇×B, obtained directly from (1)5, when the divergence operator is taken.