Theory of laminar flows /

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Imprint:Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 1964.
Description:1 online resource : illustrations
Series:High speed aerodynamics and jet propulsion ; v. 4
High speed aerodynamics and jet propulsion ; v. 4.
Subject:Laminar flow.
SCIENCE -- Mechanics -- General.
Laminar flow.
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Other authors / contributors:Moore, F. K. (Franklin K.), editor.
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Other form:Print version: Moore, F.K. Theory of laminar flows. (hsa-4). [Place of publication not identified] : Princeton University Pres, 2015 0691624747 9780691624747
Table of Contents:
  • 1. The Navier-Stokes Equations for a Viscous Heat-Conducting Compressible Fluid ; 2. Review of Viscous Incompressible Fluids ; General Properties of Viscous Waves. Exact Solutions; Flow at Low Reynolds Numbers. Linearizing Approximation; Flow at High Reynolds Numbers. Boundary Layers, Jets and Wakes ; 3. Introductory Discussion of the Navier- Stokes Equations for a Compressible Fluid; 4. Laminar Boundary Layers in Compressible Fluids; The Flat Plate with Zero Pressure Gradient ; Boundary Layers with Pressure Gradients; 1. General Considerations; 1. Introduction
  • 2. Illustrative Solutions8. Surfaces of Revolution. The Divergence Effect; 1. Time-Dependent Solutions of the Navier- Stokes Equations ; 2. The Time-Dependent Laminar Boundary Layer; 1. General Considerations; 2. Free Convection. The External Problem ; Isothebmal Surfaces; Nonisothermal Surfaces; 3. Thermal Instability; 4. Natural Convection. The Internal Problem; 5. Unsteady Flows with Body Forces; 6. Hydrodynamic Stability; 7. Magnetohydrodynamics; G. Stability of Laminar Flows
  • S. F. Shen, Department of Aeronautical Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park; 1. Introduction
  • 2. The Stability Theory Dealing with Transverse Wave Disturbances of Parallel Flows3. Extensions and Applications of the Stability Theory of Transverse Wave Disturbances ; 4. Stability Theory Dealing with Longitudinal Vortex-Type Disturbances; 5. Behavior Subsequent to the Onset of Infinitesimal Disturbances; 27. General Remarks