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Stratified flows

C. S. Yih

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Published
**1980**
by Academic
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by C.S. Yih. |

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Open Library | OL20364433M |

By assuming a stratified flow approximation consistent with the well-log porosity spike sequence, it is possible to set a wellbore-centric flow Peclet number [e] [equivalent to] [0] [phi][0]/D for radial flow through each section of the model [16], where [0] is the characteristic fluid flow velocity at the wellbore radius [0], [phi] is flow medium porosity, and D. Stability of stratified shear flows have been studied extensively and linear stability analysis has led a number of remarkable results, including Miles-Howard’s theorem, 1,2 Howard’s semicircle theorem, 2 and Synge’s generalization of Rayleigh’s inflexion point theorem. 3.

The paper describes the IPSA (inter-phase-slip algorithm) numerical procedure for solving the equations of heat, mass and momentum transfer governing multi-phase flow phenomena. The procedure is an iterative one, operating on finite-difference equations connecting the values of variables pertaining to points arrayed on a 'staggered' topologically-Cartesian grid. As pointed out by Hanratty and McCready (), “a critical physical problem is to reconcile these approaches so as to produce a unified theory” of interfacial transfer of .

In this book we present fundamentals and applications of thermal convection and stratified flows. Buoyancy brings in extremely rich phenomena including waves and instabilities, patterns, chaos, and turbulence. In this book we present these topics in a systematic manner. The Hardcover of the Topographic Effects in Stratified Flows by Peter G. Baines at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for mozilla.

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Stratified Flows is the second edition of the book Dynamics of Nonhomogenous Fluids. This book discusses the flow of a fluid of variable density or entropy in a gravitational field.

In this edition, corrections have been made; unnecessary parts have been omitted; and new sections as well as notes on results related to the subject have been Edition: 1. Stratified Flows Paperback – Novem by Chia-Shun Yih (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

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Both the ocean and atmosphere are characterized by the basic vertical density stratification, and this feature can affect the dynamics on all scales ranging from the micro-scale to the.

Stratified smooth flow. In stratified flow, both the gas plugs become longer until the gas and liquid flow separately with a distinct and relatively smooth interface between them. Gas flows in the upper part and liquid moves in the lower part of the pipe.

Sometimes, a wave is formed in which case it is called stratified wavy flow. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yih, Chia-shun, Stratified flows. New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. Get this from a library. Topographic effects in stratified flows.

[Peter G Baines] -- With an emphasis on both theory and experiment, this text describes the behaviour of homogeneous and density-stratified fluids over and around topography.

In examining the similarities between the. The dynamics of flows in density-stratified fluids has been and remains now an important topic for scientific enquiry.

Such flows arise in many contexts, ranging from industrial settings to the oceanic and atmospheric environments. It is the latter topic which is the focus of this book.

Both the. The present lecture notes cover a first course in th~ most common types of stratified flows encountered in Environ mental Hydraulics. Most of the flows are buoyancy flows, i.e. currents in which gravity acts on small density differences. Part I presents the basic concepts of stagnant, densit.

Numerous figures and diagrams make the book useful for graduate students and teachers as well." Yuri N. Skiba, Mathematical Reviews Book Description. With an emphasis on both theory and experiment, this text describes the behaviour of homogeneous and density-stratified fluids over and around topography.

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Both the ocean and atmosphere are characterized by the basic vertical density Price: $ The aim of this book is to provide a “state-of-the-art” account of stratified flows as they are relevant to the ocean and atmosphere with a primary focus on meso-scale phenomena; that is, on phenomena whose time and space scales are such that the density stratification is a dominant effect, so that frictional and diffusive effects on the Brand: Springer US.

Third, numerical simulations of flows induced by source-ink pairs in a rotating stratified fluid were performed under the same conditions as in an on-going experiment.

The effects of different rotation rates were evaluated with the jet-forcing internal Froude number being held constant. Most of the flows are buoyancy flows, i.e. currents in which gravity acts on small density differences.

Part I presents the basic concepts of stagnant, densit- stratified water, and of flowing non-miscible stratified fluids.

The similarity to the (presumed) well-known open channel flow, subject to a. Stratified flows, common in environmental and geophysical applications, are char acterized by the variation of fluid density in the vertical direction that can result in qualitative and quantitative modifications of the flow patterns by buoyancy.

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It is the latter topic which is the focus of this : Springer US.A compendium of current work, the book is an ideal starting point for future research. Mixing and Dispersion in Stably Stratified Flows - Peter A. Davies - Oxford University Press It includes analytical and experimental work from a wide range of fields, including meteorology, limnology, oceanography, and the study of estuarine processes.Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.