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Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics

2001 (Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics)
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Mechanical engineering, Engineering - Mechanical, Technology, Science/Mathem
ContributionsStephen H. Davis (Editor), Helen L. Reed (Editor)
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Open LibraryOL11430929M
ISBN 10082430733X
ISBN 139780824307332
OCLC/WorldCa605132555

The Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, in publication sincecovers the significant developments in the field of fluid mechanics, including history and foundations; non-newtonian fluids and rheology; incompressible and compressible fluids; plasma flow; stability of flow; multi-phase flows; mixing and transport of heat and species; control of fluid flow; combustion; turbulence; shock waves.

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The present volume on fluid mechanics encompasses theoretical and analytical investigations as well as some experimental results of studies into Groebli's solution of the three-vortex problem, contour dynamics methods, atmospheric turbulence, and dynamo theory.

Annual review of fluid mechanics. Volume Authors: van Dyke, M Publication: Palo Alto, Calif., Annual Reviews, Inc., p (For individual items see A to A) interactions between shock waves and boundary layers, the fluid mechanics of the duodenum, and transonic flow past oscillating airfoils.

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Recollections from an earlier period in American aeronautics are considered along with steady nonviscometric flows of viscoelastic liquids, compressible turbulent shear layers, the liquidlike behavior of fluidized beds, the history of boundary-layer theory, incompressible boundary-layer separation, bubble dynamics and cavitation, and underwater explosions.

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Edited by J. LUMLEY, M. VAN DYKE and H. REED. Annual Reviews Iiic., pp. $ ($ outside USA). The titles and authors of the articles in this year’s Annual Review are as follows: The First Turbulence Measurements: A Tribute to Hugh L.

Dryden, by A.

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Topics discussed include regular and Mach reflection of shock waves, gravity current in rotating systems, the vorticity dynamics of the oceanic circulation, and boundary-layer separations.

Papers are presented on wind-wave prediction, three-dimensional and unsteady boundary-layer computations, and schemes for Euler equations. Consideration is given to vortex flows in aerodynamics, flows far. Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics by John L. Lumley (Editor), The 16 papers in the edition of the annual review focus on theories for understanding the motion of waves and new medical applications.

The opening chapter chronicles early work published in Europe on the theory of water waves. Annotation c.

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