Basic Developments in Fluid Dynamics, Volume 2 focuses on the developments, approaches, methodologies, reactions, and processes involved in fluid dynamics, including sea motion, wave interactions, and motion of spheres in a viscous fluid.
The selection first offers information on inviscid cavity and wake flows and weak-interaction theory of ocean waves. Discussions focus on steady and unsteady cavity flows, radiation balance, theory of weak interactions in random fields, interactions between gravity waves and the atmosphere, and interactions within the ocean. The text then examines low Reynolds number flows, including fundamentals, expansion procedures, stokes in flow solutions, flows with a free surface, and compressible flows.
The selection is a dependable source of information for graduate students, research workers, and readers interested in fluid dynamics.
Contents of Volume 1
Inviscid Cavity and Wake Flows
1. Steady Cavity Flows
2. Unsteady Cavity Flows
Weak-Interaction Theory of Ocean Waves
2. The Radiation Balance
3. Theory of Weak Interactions in Random Fields
4. Interactions between Gravity Waves and the Atmosphere
5. Interactions within the Ocean
Appendix: Coupling Coefficients
Low Reynolds Number Flows
3. Expansion Procedures
4. Stokes Flow Solutions
5. Flows with a Free Surface
6. Compressible Flows
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- © Academic Press 1968
- 1st January 1968
- Academic Press
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