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361 Verlarde, Manual G Physicochemical Hydrodynamics I00419 1988 eBook  
362 Gatski, Thomas B Studies in Turbulence I00410 1992 eBook  
363 Frisch, Uriel Macroscopic Modelling of Turbulent Flows I00395 1985 eBook  
364 Donnelly, Russell J High Reynolds Number Flows Using Liquid and Gaseous Helium I00358 1991 eBook  
365 Barnwell, R.W Natural Laminar Flow and Laminar Flow Control I00338 1992 eBook  
366 Crighton, D.G Modern Methods in Analytical Acoustics I00335 1992 eBook  
367 Hussaini, M.Y Instability and Transition I00324 1990 eBook  
368 Sluzalec, Andrzej Introduction to Nonlinear Thermomechanics I00322 1992 eBook  
369 Buka, Agnes Pattern Formation in Liquid Crystals I00320 1996 eBook  
370 Rom, Josef High Angle of Attack Aerodynamics I00319 1992 eBook  
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TitlePhysicochemical Hydrodynamics : Interfacial Phenomena
Author(s)Verlarde, Manual G
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer US, 1988.
Description1111 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis book contains lecture notes and invited contributions presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute and EPS Liquid State Conference on PHYSICOCHEMICAL HYDRODYNAMICS-PCH: INTERFACIAL PHENOMENA that were held July 1-15, 1986, in LA RABIDA (Huelva) SPAIN. Although we are aware of the difficulty in organizing the contents due to the broad and multidisciplinary aspects of PCH-Interfacial Phenomena, we have tried to accomodate papers by topics and have not followed the order in the presentation at the meetings. There is also no distinction between the ASI notes and Conference papers. We have done our best to offer a coverage as complete as possible of the field. However, we had difficulties coming from the fact that some authors were so busy that either did not find time to submit their contribution or did not have time to write a comprehensive paper. We also had to cope with very late arrivals, postdeadline valuable contributions that we felt had to be included here. Our gratitude goes to the NATO Scientific Affairs Division for its economic support and to the EPS Liquid State Committee for its sponsorship. Financial support also came from Asociacion Industrias Quimicas-Huelva (Spain), Caycit-Ministerio De Educacion Y Ciencia (Spain), Canon-Espana (Spain), Citibank-Espana (Spain), CNLS-Los Alamos Nat. Lab. (U. S. A. ), CSIC (Spain), EPS, ERT (Spain), ESA, Fotonica (Spain), IBM-Espana (Spain), Junta De Andalucia (Spain), NATO, NSF (U. S. A. ), ONR-London (U. S. A
ISBN,Price9781461307075
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Engineering Fluid Dynamics 4. FLUID MECHANICS 5. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 6. FLUIDS
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TitleStudies in Turbulence
Author(s)Gatski, Thomas B;Sarkar, Sutanu;Speziale, Charles G
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 1992.
DescriptionXVII, 602 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThis book contains contributions by former students, colleagues and friends of Professor John L. Lumley, on the occasion of his 60th birthday, in recognition of his enormous impact on the advancement of turbulence research. A variety of experimental, computational and theoretical topics, including turbulence modeling, direct numerical simulations, compressible turbulence, turbulent shear flows, coherent structures and the Proper Orthogonal Decomposition are contained herein. The diversity and scope of these contributions are further acknowledgment of John Lumley's wide ranging influence in the field of turbulence. The large number of contributions by the authors, many of whom were participants in The Lumley Symposium: Recent Developments in Turbulence (held at ICASE, NASA Langley Research Center on November 12 & 13, 1990), has presented us with the unique opportu?? nity to select a few numerical and theoretical papers for inclusion in the journal Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics for which Professor Lumley serves as Editor. Extended Abstracts of these pa?? pers are included in this volume and are appropriately marked. The special issue of TCFD will appear this year and will serve as an additional tribute to John Lumley. As is usually the case, the efforts of others have significantly eased our tasks. We would like to express our deep appreciation to Drs. R
ISBN,Price9781461227922
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 4. FLUIDS 5. MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 6. Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics 7. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitleMacroscopic Modelling of Turbulent Flows : Proceedings of a Workshop held at INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis, France, December 10???14, 1984
Author(s)Frisch, Uriel;Keller, Joseph B;Papanicolaou, George C;Pironneau, Olivier
PublicationBerlin, Heidelberg, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1985.
DescriptionX, 363 p. 240 illus : online resource
ISBN,Price9783540395201
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Engineering Fluid Dynamics 4. FLUID MECHANICS 5. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 6. FLUIDS
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TitleHigh Reynolds Number Flows Using Liquid and Gaseous Helium : Discussion of Liquid and Gaseous Helium as Test Fluids Including papers from The Seventh Oregon Conference on Low Temperature Physics, University of Oregon, October 23???25, 1989
Author(s)Donnelly, Russell J
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 1991.
DescriptionXI, 284 p : online resource
Abstract NoteLiquid helium has been studied for its intrinsic interest through much of the 20th century. In the past decade, much has been learned about heat transfer in liquid helium because of the need to cool superconducting magnets and other devices. The topic of the Seventh Oregon Conference on Low Temperature Physics was an applied one, namely the use of liquid and gaseous helium to generate high Reynolds number flows. The low kinematic viscosity of liquid helium automatically makes high Reynolds numbers accessible and the question addressed in this conference was to explore various possibilities to see what practical devices might be built using liquid or gaseous helium. There are a number of possibilities: construction of a wind tunnel using critical helium gas, free surface testing, low speed flow facilities using helium I and helium ll. At the time of the conference, most consideration had been given to the last possibility because it seemed both possible and useful to build a flow facility which could reach unprecedented Reynolds numbers. Such a device could be useful in pure research for studying turbulence, and in applied research for testing models much as is done in a water tunnel. In order to examine these possibilities in detail, we invited a wide range of experts to Eugene in October 1989 to present papers on their own specialties and to listen to presentations on the liquid helium proposals
ISBN,Price9781461231080
Keyword(s)1. Automotive engineering 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 5. FLUIDS
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TitleNatural Laminar Flow and Laminar Flow Control
Author(s)Barnwell, R.W;Hussaini, M.Y
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 1992.
DescriptionVII, 411 p : online resource
Abstract NoteResearch on laminar flow and its transition to turbulent flow has been an important part of fluid dynamics research during the last sixty years. Since transition impacts, in some way, every aspect of aircraft performance, this emphasis is not only understandable but should continue well into the future. The delay of transition through the use of a favorable pressure gradient by proper body shaping (natural laminar flow) or the use of a small amount of suction (laminar flow control) was recognized even in the early 1930s and rapidly became the foundation of much of the laminar flow research in the U.S. and abroad. As one would expect, there have been many approaches, both theoretical and experimental, employed to achieve the substantial progress made to date. Boundary layer stability theories have been formu?? lated and calibrated by a good deal of wind tunnel and flight experiments. New laminar now airfoils and wings have been designed and many have been employed in aircraft designs. While the early research was, of necessity, concerned with the design of subsonic aircraft interest has steadily moved to higher speeds including those appropriate to planetary entry. Clearly, there have been substantial advances in our understanding of transition physics and in the development and application of transition prediction methodolo?? gies to the design of aircraft
ISBN,Price9781461228721
Keyword(s)1. CLASSICAL MECHANICS 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 5. FLUIDS 6. MECHANICS
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TitleModern Methods in Analytical Acoustics : Lecture Notes
Author(s)Crighton, D.G;Dowling, Ann P;Ffowcs Williams, J.E;Heckl, M.A;Leppington, F.A
PublicationLondon, Springer London, 1992.
DescriptionXVIII, 738 p. 3 illus : online resource
Abstract NoteModern Methods in Analytical Acoustics considers topics fundamental to the understanding of noise, vibration and fluid mechanisms. The series of lectures on which this material is based began by some twenty five years ago and has been developed and expanded ever since. Acknowledged experts in the field have given this course many times in Europe and the USA. Although the scope of the course has widened considerably, the primary aim of teaching analytical techniques of acoustics alongside specific areas of wave motion and unsteady fluid mechanisms remains. The distinguished authors of this volume are drawn from Departments of Acoustics, Engineering of Applied Mathematics in Berlin, Cambridge and London. Their intention is to reach a wider audience of all those concerned with acoustic analysis than has been able to attend the course
ISBN,Price9781447103998
Keyword(s)1. ACOUSTICS 2. Applied and Technical Physics 3. Classical and Continuum Physics 4. Continuum physics 5. EBOOK 6. EBOOK - SPRINGER 7. ENGINEERING 8. Engineering, general 9. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 10. FLUIDS 11. PHYSICS
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TitleInstability and Transition : Materials of the workshop held May 15-June 9, 1989 in Hampton, Virgina Volume 1
Author(s)Hussaini, M.Y;Voigt, Robert G
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 1990.
DescriptionXXXII, 439 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThese two volumes contain the proceedings of the workshop on the Institute for Computer Instability and Transition, sponsored by Applications in Science and Engineering (ICASE) and the Langley Research Center (LaRC), during May 15 to June 9, 1989. The work?? shop coincided with the initiation of a new, focused research pro?? gram on instability and transition at LaRC. The objectives of the workshop were to (i) expose the academic community to current technologically important issues of instability and transition in shear flows over the entire speed range, (ii) acquaint the academic com?? munity with the unique combination of theoretical, computational and experimental capabilities at LaRC and foster interaction with these facilities, (iii) review current state-of-the-art and propose fu?? ture directions for instability and transition research, (iv) accelerate progress in elucidating basic understanding of transition phenomena and in transferring this knowledge into improved design methodolo?? gies through improved transition modeling, and (v) establish mech?? anisms for continued interaction. The objectives (i) to (iii) were of course immediately met. It is still premature to assess whether ob?? jectives (iv) and (v) are achieved. The workshop program consisted of tutorials, research presenta?? tions, panel discussions, experimental and computational demonstra?? tions, and collaborative projects
ISBN,Price9781461234302
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Engineering Fluid Dynamics 4. FLUID MECHANICS 5. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 6. FLUIDS 7. Numerical and Computational Physics, Simulation 8. PHYSICS
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TitleIntroduction to Nonlinear Thermomechanics : Theory and Finite-Element Solutions
Author(s)Sluzalec, Andrzej
PublicationLondon, Springer London, 1992.
DescriptionX, 187 p : online resource
Abstract NoteProfessor Sluzalec is a well-known and respected authority in the field of Computational Mechanics, and his personal experience forms the basis of the book. Introduction to Nonlinear Thermomechanics provides both an elementary and advanced exposition of nonlinear thermomechanics. The scope includes theoretical aspects and their rational application in thermal problems, thermo-elastoplasticity, finite strain thermoplasticity and coupled thermoplasticity. The use of numerical techniques for the solution of problems and implementation of basic theory is included. Engineers, technicians, researchers, and advanced students will find the book an extremely useful compendium of solutions to problems. The scope is such that it would also be an effective teaching aid
ISBN,Price9781447119067
Keyword(s)1. Building???Superintendence 2. CLASSICAL MECHANICS 3. COMPLEX SYSTEMS 4. Construction industry???Management 5. Construction Management 6. Construction superintendence 7. DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS 8. EBOOK 9. EBOOK - SPRINGER 10. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 11. FLUIDS 12. MECHANICS 13. STATISTICAL PHYSICS 14. Statistical Physics and Dynamical Systems 15. THERMODYNAMICS
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TitlePattern Formation in Liquid Crystals
Author(s)Buka, Agnes;Kramer, Lorenz
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 1996.
DescriptionXII, 340 p : online resource
Abstract NoteIn the last 20 years the study of nonlinear nonequilibrium phenomena in spa?? tially extended systems, with particular emphasis on pattern-forming phenomena, has been one of the very active areas in physics, exhibiting interesting ramifi?? cations into other sciences. During this time the study of the "classic" systems, like Rayleigh-Benard convection and Taylor vortex flow in simple fluids, has also been supplemented by the study of more complex systems. Here liquid crystals have played, and are still playing, a major role. One might say that liquid crystals provide just the right amount and right kind of complexity. They are full of non?? linearities and give rise to new symmetry classes, which are sometimes actually simpler to deal with qualitatively, but they still allow a quantitative description of experiments in many cases. In fact one of the attractions of the field is the close contact between experimentalists and theorists. Hydrodynamic instabilities in liquid crystals had already experienced a period of intense study in the late 1960s and early 1970s, but at that time neither the ex?? perimental and theoretical tools nor the concepts had been developed sufficiently far to address the questions that have since been found to be of particular interest. The renewed interest is also evidenced by the fact that a new series of workshops has evolved. The first one took place in 1989 in Bayreuth and united participants from almost all groups working in pattern formation in liquid crystals
ISBN,Price9781461239949
Keyword(s)1. CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 2. Crystallography and Scattering Methods 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 6. FLUIDS 7. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
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TitleHigh Angle of Attack Aerodynamics : Subsonic, Transonic, and Supersonic Flows
Author(s)Rom, Josef
PublicationNew York, NY, Springer New York, 1992.
DescriptionXIII, 399 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe aerodynamics of aircraft at high angles of attack is a subject which is being pursued diligently, because the modern agile fighter aircraft and many of the current generation of missiles must perform well at very high incidence, near and beyond stall. However, a comprehensive presentation of the methods and results applicable to the studies of the complex aerodynamics at high angle of attack has not been covered in monographs or textbooks. This book is not the usual textbook in that it goes beyond just presenting the basic theoretical and experimental know-how, since it contains reference material to practical calculation methods and technical and experimental results which can be useful to the practicing aerospace engineers and scientists. It can certainly be used as a text and reference book for graduate courses on subjects related to high angles of attack aerodynamics and for topics related to three-dimensional separation in viscous flow courses. In addition, the book is addressed to the aerodynamicist interested in a comprehensive reference to methods of analysis and computations of high angle of attack flow phenomena and is written for the aerospace scientist and engineer who is familiar with the basic concepts of viscous and inviscid flows and with computational methods used in fluid dynamics
ISBN,Price9781461228240
Keyword(s)1. Aerospace engineering 2. Aerospace Technology and Astronautics 3. ASTRONAUTICS 4. Automotive engineering 5. Classical and Continuum Physics 6. Continuum physics 7. EBOOK 8. EBOOK - SPRINGER 9. Fluid- and Aerodynamics 10. FLUIDS
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