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  • KUIKEN H. K. (Oxford University Press, 1981-08-01)
    In this paper the cooling of a low-heat-resistance sheet that moves downwards is considered. The free-convective velocities are assumed to be much larger than the velocity of the sheet. As a result the motion of the fluid ...
  • SHAW R. E. (Oxford University Press, 1987-02-01)
    A boundary-integral method of solution of the Dirichlet problem for plane potential flow problems is presented. Integrals associated with the method are evaluated in closed form, and the effectiveness of the method is demonstrated
  • STEWARTSON KEITH; CEBECI TUNCER; CHANG K. C. (Oxford University Press, 1980-02-01)
    It is shown that the boundary layer, generated at the entrance to a curved duct by an incoming flow at large values of the Dean number, develops a collision structure in the neighbourhood of the inner wall, after evolving ...
  • JOHNS B. (Oxford University Press, 1968-02-01)
    A method is developed in which the technique of matched asymptotic expansions is used to calculate viscous damping effects in gravity wave phenomena. The theory is introduced with reference to gravity wave propagation along ...
  • FUNG Y. C.; WITTRICK W. H. (Oxford University Press, 1955)
    In the large deflexion of thin plates with free edges, boundary layers develop along those edges under certain conditions. The non-linear effects of membrane stress are confined to the boundary layers and elsewhere the ...
  • VAN DUIJN C. J.; PELETIER L. A. (Oxford University Press, 1992-02-01)
    In this paper we investigate the boundary layer which arises between the parallel flow of fresh and salt groundwater as occurs in vertical aquifers. It is caused by small molecular diffusion and transversal dispersion ...
  • STEPHENS KATHLEEN M. (Oxford University Press, 1952)
    The results given represent a first step in the solution of certain boundary-value problems for aeolotropic plates. The effects of a curvilinear triangular hole on otherwise undisturbed stress distributions are considered. ...
  • CHATWIN P. C. (Oxford University Press, 1973-11-01)
    It is known that a passive contaminant, introduced into a pipe or open channel of constant cross-section, will disperse in the direction of flow so that the distribution of concentration, averaged over the cross-section, ...
  • SMITH S. H. (Oxford University Press, 1985-02-01)
    Constant radial outflow takes place from an infinite circular cylinder, which can also rotate with steady angular velocity.We consider the situation when there is a small perturbation to this flow through either a differential ...
  • SCOTT N. H. (Oxford University Press, 1976-08-01)
    A ray-theory approach is used to derive in a concise form general equations for the propagation and growth of acceleration waves in incompressible elastic solids. They are qualitatively similar to those for the compressible ...
  • TAYLOR J.; CHADWICK D.W.; JOHNSON T. (Oxford University Press, 1995-10-01)
    Collaborating neurologists provided a central office with clinical information, driving experience and accident rates in all drivers they counselled after diagnosing seizures or other unexplained episodes of loss of ...
  • AVUDAINAYAGAM A.; JOTHIRAM B. (Oxford University Press, 1988-08-01)
    The problem of plane Stokes flow of a viscous incompressible fluid in the unbounded region exterior to a circular cylinder is considered. In a recent communication (1), assuming the conditions of zero velocity at infinity ...
  • WU CHTNG-SHENG (Oxford University Press, 1961-02-01)
    A class of similarity solutions of the hydromagnetic Navier—Stokes equations and Maxwell's field equations have been found in spherical coordinates. The solutions may be considered as generalized Landau—Squire's jet solutions ...
  • KEER L. M. (Oxford University Press, 1964-11-01)
    Using an idea of Copson, it is possible to solve the problems of indentation of an elastic layer by a circular punch in which the face of the punch is non-symmetrical and of opening a penny-shaped crack with an arbitrary ...
  • PRASAD PHOOLAN (Oxford University Press, 1969-08-01)
    This work is a sequel to two previous papers (7, 8). It considers a class of one-dimensional non-linear waves which reduces to steady flows in some inertial frame of reference. The problem has been reduced to the study of ...
  • DORREPAAL J. M.; MAJUMDAR S. R.; O'NEILL M. E.; RANGER K. B. (Oxford University Press, 1976-11-01)
    Axisymmetrical Stokes flows about a closed torus, formed from the rotation of two equal touching circles about their common tangent, are studied for the cases when the torus rotates steadily about its axis of symmetry in ...
  • WILLIAMS M. M. R. (Oxford University Press, 1987-05-01)
    The torque and drag on a closed torus have been calculated in the viscous flow regime with slip boundary conditions included to account for first-order kinetic theory effects. The results are presented in terms of the ...
  • PYNE INSLEY B. (Oxford University Press, 1977-08-01)
    The downswing of an expert golfer can be dissected into two distinct stages. In the first stage the left arm and clubshaft form a right angle which is firmly maintained while the combined system rotates with ever increasing ...
  • DURBAN DAVID (Oxford University Press, 1990-11-01)
    Exact analytical solutions are given for the simple-shear deformation pattern at finite strain. Three different J2 constitutive relations with isotropic hardening are employed; the usual flow and deformation theories and ...
  • MORRIS A. J. (Oxford University Press, 1973-02-01)
    A distinction is drawn between those shell theories with constitutive equations which satisfy certain relevant physical principles rigorously, and those which are derived within the more relaxed context achieved by extending ...