Slow viscous flows; qualitive features and quantitative analysis using complex eigenfunction expansions. (CD-ROM included).9781860947810
Slow viscous flows; qualitive features and quantitative analysis Quantitative Analysis
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Shankar (National Aerospace Laboratories, India) is primarily concerned with the dynamics of slow viscous or low Reynolds number Reynolds number [for Osborne Reynolds], dimensionless quantity associated with the smoothness of flow of a fluid. It is an important quantity used in aerodynamics and hydraulics. flows in this text, but his work differs from others on the same topic in that it primarily deals with internal flows and special classes of external flows that can't be easily understood with the singularity methods commonly applied to external flows and instead are non-canonical problems involving complex eigenfunction expansions. After presenting the physical aspects of the motion of a viscous fluid and the method of eigenfunction expansions, he presents sections on steady planar A technique developed by Fairchild Instruments that creates transistor sublayers by forcing chemicals under pressure into exposed areas. Planar superseded the mesa process and was a major step toward creating the chip. flows, steady three-dimensional flows, and unsteady flows, concluding with a section on external flows that includes chapters on external flows past bodies, planar bluff body flows at low Reynolds numbers, and low Reynolds number flows past streamlined bodies. The CD-ROM contains the computer codes for working the eigenfunction method.
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