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  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1974-01-01)
  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1975-01-01)
  • Loper D.E. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1975-01-01)
  • Неизвестный автор (Taylor & Francis Group, 1974-01-01)
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  • Martin Seelye (Taylor & Francis Group, 1970-04-01)
    If a vertically oriented hypodermic syringe with the plunger removed is filled with salt water and partially submerged in a beaker of fresh water, then under the proper conditions, the system develops finite amplitude ...
  • McEwan A.D. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1973-01-01)
    It is successfully demonstrated that substantial redistribution of the angular momentum within a completely liquid-filled cylinder in uniform rotation can be brought about by the induction of turbulent mixing through the ...
  • Chandra Bo; Smylie D.E. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-01-01)
    A laboratory model of thermal convection under a central force field has been constructed using a strong, alternating electric field gradient in a dielectric liquid. Both the electric field gradient and a temperature ...
  • Hart J.E. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-01-01)
    Experimental and theoretical results are presented for a simple system which exhibits baroclinic instability. We consider the motion of two immiscible fluids with densities ρ1 and ρ2 contained in a cylinder rotating with ...
  • Caldwell D.R.; Van Atta C.W.; Helland K.N. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1972-01-01)
    Comparing characteristics of a turbulent Ekman boundary layer in a rotating apparatus with atmospheric observations and theories, we find that the similarity relations derived by Kazanski and Monin, and others, scale both ...
  • Holton JamesR. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1971-01-01)
    Barotropic Rossby waves are studied in a homogeneous fluid contained in a rotating cylindrical annulus with a radially sloping bottom boundary. The waves are forced by a simple source-sink distribution which can be rotated ...
  • Fein JayS. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1973-01-01)
    The effects of the upper boundary condition on the regime diagram and certain characteristics of the convection within a rotating, differentially heated cylindrical anulus of water were studied in the laboratory. It was ...
  • Saunders K.D.; Beardsley R.C. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1975-01-01)
    A simple model of the spin-up of a continuously thermally stratified rotating fluid is examined experimentally. The geometry of the system consists of a right circular cylinder bounded on the top and bottom by perpendicular ...
  • Cheng Hsi (Taylor & Francis Group, 1975-01-01)
    We examine the vertical propagation of inertial gravity waves entirely within the framework of the Eulerian description of fluid mechanics. The WKB approximation is not introduced. We exploit the one-dimensional nature of ...
  • Drazin PhilipG. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1971-01-01)
    Some symmetries of the stability characteristies of a baroclinic zonal current are found, the basic state being that of the non-geostrophic Eady problem. In particular, they lead to a principle of exchange of stabilities.
  • Purushotham C.M. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1975-01-01)
    The propagation of cylindrical waves in a rigidly rotating, incompressible, electrically conducting fluid permeated by a spatially varying axisymmetric magnetic field B0 = {0, B0(r), B2(r)} is considered in the absence of ...
  • Hide R. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1975-01-01)
    Theoretical work on the generation of magnetic fields by fluid motions, by the so-called “hydromagnetic dynamo” process, has called attention to the importance of the role of helicity H (defined as the scalar product of ...
  • Davies PeterA.; Acheson D.J.; Titman C.W. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1975-01-01)
    Laboratory experiments are described on the flow past a solid obstacle in a rotating, homogeneous fluid. Specifically, the obstacle has the form of a walled crater specially constructed so that the volume of the depression ...
  • Huppert HerbertE. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1971-01-01)
    Some deficiencies in a recent paper by Howard, Malkus and Whitehead are examined. The problem is reformulated in terms of an integro-differential equation, from which both asymptotic and numerical solutions are obtained.