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Instabilities and Turbulence in Engineering Flows

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This book contains contributions by colleagues, former students and friends of Professor Eli Reshotko in celebration of his 60th birth day. Since Professor Reshotko's scientific and engineering contribu tions have been in the areas of hydrodynamic stability, transition to turbulence, and boundary layer flows, it is only appropriate that the articles in this volume be devoted to these and related topics. The first two sections focus on instabilities and transition in sub sonic and supersonic flows, respectively. The third section deals with developing turbulence, while the the final section treats related prob lems in engineering fluid mechanics. The diversity and scope of the articles contained herein exemplify the insight and expertise required in the study of transitional and turbulent flows today - traits which also exemplify Eli Reshotko's contributions to these fields. A few of the articles in this volume were presented at a sym posium in honor of Eli Reshotko's 60th birthday, held in Newport News, Virginia, on July 28, 1991. The symposium was sponsored by lCASE, and organized by M.Y. Hussaini (lCASE) and R. Hirsh (U.S. National Science Foundation). Of those who could not attend, many chose to honor Professor Reshotko by a contribution to the volume dedicated to him. We would like to use this opportunity to express our deep ap preciation to M.Y. Hussaini for initiating this very special tribute to Eli, and to Ms. Emily Todd for her efforts in the volume preparation and in the organization of the symposium.


Titel: Instabilities and Turbulence in Engineering Flows
Autoren/Herausgeber: D. Ashpis, Thomas B. Gatski, R. Hirsh (Hrsg.)
Aus der Reihe: Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications
Ausgabe: 1993

ISBN/EAN: 9780792321613

Seitenzahl: 417
Format: 23,5 x 15,5 cm
Produktform: Hardcover/Gebunden
Gewicht: 1,750 g
Sprache: Englisch - Newsletter
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