6 edition of Convection in rotating fluids found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-224).
|Statement||by B.M. Boubnov and G.S. Golitsyn.|
|Series||Fluid mechanics and its applications ;, v. 29|
|Contributions||Golit͡s︡yn, G. S.|
|LC Classifications||QC151 .B58 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||95003068|
Rotating geophysical fluids are usually related to and dependent upon the earth's rotation. For example, the earth has a liquid core whose radius is slightly more than half the earth's outside radius; its mass is approximately one-third the earth's total : Dover Publications. The effect of gravity modulation and rotation on chaotic convection is investigated. A system of differential equation like Lorenz model has been obtained using the Galerkin-truncated Fourier series approximation. The nonlinear nature of the problem, i.e., chaotic convection, is investigated in a rotating fluid layer in the presence of : Palle Kiran.
micropolar fluids has been given in the book (). The literature concerning applications of micropolar fluids in engineering sciences is vast and still growing. The theory of thermomicropolar convection has been studied by many authors [Datta and Sastry (), Ahmadi (), Bhattacharya and Jena (), Payne and Straughan (). The stability of the thermal convection in a fluid-saturated rotating anisotropic porous material is investigated. We take into account the rotation of a layer of saturated porous medium about an axis orthogonal to the planes bounding the layer. The permeability is allowed to be an anisotropic tensor. In particular, we restrict our attention to the case where the permeability in the vertical Cited by: 1.
Vorticity and rotating fluids. Jonathan Braithwaite a convection-like instability present in a gravitationally-stratified fluid where normal convection is absent but where the gradients of pressure and density are not We conclude this chapter on rotating fluids with a brief look at a wave which is ubiquitous in the Earth's. A review on instability and consequent natural convection in rotating porous media is presented. Taylor-Proudman columns and geostrophic flows exist in rotating porous media just the same as in pure fluids. The latter leads to a tendency towards two-dimensionality. Natural convection resulting from density gradients in a gravity field as well as natural convection induced by Cited by: 1.
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Spatial inhomogeneity of heating of fluids in the gravity field is the cause of all motions in nature: in the atmosphere and the oceans on Earth, in astrophysical and planetary objects. All natural objects rotate and convective motions in rotating fluids are of interest in many geophysical and astrophysical by: Spatial inhomogeneity of heating of fluids in the gravity field is the cause of all motions in nature: in the atmosphere and the oceans on Earth, in astrophysical and planetary objects.
All natural objects rotate and convective motions in rotating fluids are of interest in many geophysical and. Spatial inhomogeneity of heating of fluids in the gravity field is the cause of all motions in nature: in the atmosphere and the oceans on Earth, in astrophysical and planetary objects.
All natural objects rotate and convective motions in rotating fluids are of interest in many geophysical and astrophysical phenomena. It unifies three traditionally separated topics in rotating fluids: thermal convection, inertial waves, and precession-driven flow. About the Author Keke Zhang, Professor of Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics at the University of Exeter, obtained his in from Nanjing University, China, his in and his Ph.D.
in Cited by: 7. The Boussinesq approximation The basic non-dimensional parameters Some other approximations Boundary layers The efficiency of a convective system Analogies between rotating and stratified fluids Plane horizontal homogeneous layer Convective motions in non-rotating fluids The onset of convection in.
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This book is devoted to recent developments in the field of rotating fluids, in particular the study of Taylor--Couette flow, spherical Couette flow, planar Couette flow, as well as rotating annulus flow.
Besides a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art, possible future directions in this research field are investigated. Rotating Thermal Flows in Natural and Industrial Processes provides the reader with a systematic description of the different types of thermal convection and flow instabilities in rotating systems, as present in materials, crystal growth, thermal engineering, meteorology, oceanography, geophysics and astrophysics.
A numerical study has been made of natural and forced convection in a vertical annular cavity formed between two concentric cylinders and two horizontal planes.
The inner cylinder and either of the horizontal surfaces are stationary and cooled. Solutions have been obtained for an air-filled cavity of aspect ratio 1 and radius ratio 2 for a range of values of Reynolds number from zero Cited by: There are two recurring themes in astrophysical and geophysical fluid mechanics: waves and turbulence.
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