2 edition of Diffusion in hydrodynamic models of stratified fluids found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] A. A. Hudimace, R. B. Rayment, and R. R. Smith|
|Series||Research report - NEL report -- 1393, Research report (U. S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.)) -- 1393., NEL report (U. S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.)) -- 1393.|
|Contributions||Rayment, R. B., Smith, R. R. (Raymond R.), b. 1888|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
There are two recurring themes in astrophysical and geophysical fluid mechanics: waves and turbulence. This book investigates how turbulence responds to rotation, stratification or magnetic fields, identifying common themes, where they exist, as well as the essential differences which inevitably arise between different classes of flow. Stratified fluid. A stratified fluid may be defined as the fluid with density variations in the vertical direction. For example, air and water; both are fluids and if we consider them together then they can be seen as a stratified fluid system. Density variations in the atmosphere profoundly affect the motion of .
The special issue on “Computational Analysis of Heat Transfer in Fluids and Solids” of the journal “Defect and Diffusion Forum” addresses various novel nonlinear models and computational techniques important for tackling the heat transfer phenomenon in fluids and solids. Numerical results are discussed quantitatively to illustrate the salient features of practical engineering and. Both the scaling hydrodynamic model and the most appropriate obstruction model contain undefined parameters which must be clarified in order for these models to gain widespread acceptance. Introduction The diffusion of solutes in hydrogels has application in a wide variety of .
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Diffusion in hydrodynamic models of stratified fluids Item Preview remove-circle Diffusion in hydrodynamic models of stratified fluids by Hudimac, A. A; This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. Pages: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link).
Diffusivities of Aromatic Compounds: A New Molecular-Hydrodynamic Model for Nonassociated Pseudoplanar Solutes at Infinite Dilution. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research58 (44).
- 1 A DIFFUSION PHENOMENON IN ROTATING AND STRATIFIED FLUIDS Sir Geoffrey Taylor, in one of his first papers on rotating fluids Diffusion in hydrodynamic models of stratified fluids book the following remarkable phenomenon, apparently by accident: If a body of water in solid rotation is disturbed very slightly and a quantity of ink of the same density is dropped into it, the ink, instead of diffusing in a normal manner, gathers into.
In this way a complete and self-consistent means is developed for interpreting macroscopic behavior in terms of a molecular model. By way of example, a scheme is presented and implemented for estimation of reflection coefficients, σ, from the hydrodynamic analysis of P.
Bungay and H. Brenner (Journal of Fluid Mechanics60, 81Cited by: Pearson, J. Puttock, and J. Hunt, “ A statistical model of fluid-element motions and vertical diffusion in a homogeneous stratified turbulent flow,” J.
Fluid Mech. (). Google Scholar Crossref. familiarity of Eulerian fluid dynamics, this book reviews the classical and new exact solutions of the Lagrangian framework, and then addresses the general solvability of the resulting general equations of motion.
A unified account of turbulent diffusion and dispersion is offered, with applications among others to plankton patchiness in the ocean. Hydrodynamic Model.
SPH models have a number of advantages over the more traditional CFD models described above including automatic conservation of mass and a simplification of surface-tracking, as the free surface is simply the boundary between the existence (water) and nonexistence (air) of.
Considerable attention has been given to Kolmogorov's theory of the local structure of developed turbulence and to the theory of turbulence in stratified media. Contents I. Laminar and Turbulent Motion: Equations of dynamics of a fluid and their most important consequences; Hydrodynamic instability and development of turbulence • II.
Features of the Dynamics of Hydrothermodynamic Perturbations in a Stably Stratified Fluid Article (PDF Available) in Fluid Dynamics 42(6) December with 15 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The theoretical description of small hydrodynamic perturbations caused by mass, force and thermal sources in some models of stratified fluid is given.
The focus is on the model of a uniformly stratified heat-conducting viscous fluid. It is shown that the small perturbations can be conveniently described by several scalar quasipotentials.
In this work, we theoretically investigate the motion of a Taylor swimming sheet immersed in a viscosity-stratified fluid. The propulsion of the swimmer disturbs the surrounding fluid, which influences the transport of the stratifying agent described by the advection–diffusion equation.
This newly-translated book takes the reader from the basic principles and conservation laws of hydrodynamics to the description of general atmospheric circulation. Among the topics covered are the Kel Mechanical Prototypes of Equations of Motion of a Rotating Stratified Fluid and a Toy Model of Atmospheric Circulation Kolmogorov's flow.
In Finite Approximations in Fluid Mechanics II, Notes on Numerical Fluid Dynamics (ed. Hirschel), vol. 25, pp. – Vieweg. Gerz, T. & Schumann, U. Direct simulation of homogeneous turbulence and gravity waves in sheared and unsheared stratified flows.
Results from a three-dimensional hydrodynamic model of a stratified lake show that the computed structure of the pycnocline changed rapidly due to numerical diffusion, thus altering the vertical mixing dynamics and introducing a positive feedback that quickly drives model.
Fluids (ISSN ; CODEN: FLUICM) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal on all aspects of fluids. It is published quarterly online by MDPI. The Portuguese Society of Rheology (SPR) is affiliated with Fluids and the society members receive a discount on the article processing charges.
Open Access —free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or. Hydrodynamic instabilities in miscible fluids are ubiquitous, from natural phenomena up to geological scales, to industrial and technological applications, where they represent the only way to control and promote mixing at low Reynolds numbers, well.
Four different models of pressure‐concentration‐gradient correlations are considered. These models, together with the local equilibrium approximation in the corresponding second‐order closure formulation, permit one to determine all the components of the eddy‐diffusivity tensor K ij (z) for steady plane‐parallel turbulent flows.
Computations of the eddy diffusivities K ij are. Abstract. We examine the effects of stratification on eddy—diffusion, and the distribution of pairs of particles released in the flow.
DNS results are presented at a resolution of 3 mesh points. We compare results for particle dispersion to simple analytic theories (such as that proposed by Csanadyand Pearson et al., ) by adapting the basic Langevin model to decaying.
The model was used to examine the characteristic flow patterns for the two-dimensional buoyant discharges of interest in this study.
It was also possible to show that double-diffusion effects may significantly influence the development of initially neutral fluid. INTRODUCTION. Pair diffusion features prominently in theories of reaction-diffusion dynamics 1 describing processes where reactant encounters are required, such as ligand binding and aggregation or fluorescence quenching.
The hydrodynamic interactions quantified by the distance-dependent diffusion coefficient are also central to the theory and simulation of polymer dynamics.
The full three-dimensional quantum hydrodynamic (QHD) model is derived for the first time by a moment expansion of the Wigner–Boltzmann equation. The QHD conservation laws have the same form as the classical hydrodynamic equations, but the energy .The effective hard sphere diameter (EHSD) method has been widely used to calculate both equilibrium and transport properties.
Various EHSD explicit equations have been proposed in the literature according to different criteria. In this work a comparison between different expressions has been carried out and suggestions are given following the comparison.
As an example of the applications, the.