3 edition of **Nonlinear Waves in Real Fluids** found in the catalog.

Nonlinear Waves in Real Fluids

A. Kluwick

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Published
**October 1991**
by Springer
.

Written in English

- General,
- Fluid Mechanics,
- Mathematics,
- Science/Mathematics

**Edition Notes**

Cism International Centre for Mechanical Sciences Courses and Lectures

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Paperback |

Number of Pages | 334 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL9682336M |

ISBN 10 | 0387822771 |

ISBN 10 | 9780387822778 |

Find out more about the editorial board for Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications. Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications - Editorial Board. Editor-in-Chief Mathematical fluid mechanics, Mathematical solid mechanics, non-Newtonian fluids, Calculus of variations, Regularity theory, Hyperbolic conservation laws. P. Candito. This research area generally covers dynamical systems and nonlinear dynamics, including such topics as coherent structures and nonlinear waves, chaos, and nonlinear dynamics. Focus for this area is on research by applied mathematicians, physicists, fluid dynamicists, engineers, and biologists in those areas of research.

Over the past four decades, the combination of in situ and remote sensing observations has demonstrated that long nonlinear internal solitary-like waves are ubiquitous features of coastal oceans. The following provides an overview of the properties of steady internal solitary waves and the transient processes of wave generation and evolution, primarily from the point of view of weakly Cited by: Linear and Nonlinear Waves G. B. Whitham(auth.) Now in an accessible paperback edition, this classic work is just as relevant as when it first appeared in , due to the increased use of nonlinear waves.

Nonlinear Generation of Harmonics []. As described in the entry for the qualitative description of shocks, finite amplitude waves in any medium will undergo a steepening phenomena cumulating in the formation of shock esthetic-tokyo.com strong flows and wave conditions where fluid velocity is similar in magnitude to sound speed, u/c o ≥ O(1), where u is the particle velocity and c o is the ambient. After the initial observation by John Scott Russell of a solitary wave in a canal, his insightful laboratory experiments and the subsequent theoretical work of Boussinesq, Rayleigh and Korteweg and de Vries, interest in solitary waves in fluids lapsed until the mid 's with the seminal paper of Zabusky and Kruskal describing the discovery of the soliton.

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Cramer. However, two phase flows with and without phase change are an even richer source of new unexpected and previously thought impossible phenomena. Topics covered by this volume include waves in gases near the critical point, waves in retrograde fluids, temperature waves in superfluid helium and density waves in suspensions of particles in liquids.

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() Small-Amplitude Finite-Rate Waves in Fluids having both Positive and Negative Nonlinearity. In: Kluwick A. (eds) Nonlinear Waves in Real Fluids. International Centre for Mechanical Sciences (Courses and Lectures), vol Cited by: Buy Nonlinear Waves in Fluids: Recent Advances and Modern Applications (CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences) on esthetic-tokyo.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: Roger Grimshaw.

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Nonlinear Waves in Real Fluids This study of fluid dynamics focuses on real fluid effects in wave phenomena. Methods discussed include Waves in gases near the critical point, Waves in retrograde fluids, temperature Waves in superfluid helium and density Waves in suspensions of particles in liquids.

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Large amplitudes require using full systems of governing equations of fluid dynamics (for sound waves in liquids and gases) and elasticity (for sound waves in solids). These equations are generally nonlinear, and their traditional linearization is no longer possible. Mar 29, · Throughout the twentieth century, development of the linearized theory of wave motion in fluids and hydrodynamic stability has been steady and significant.

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Since the begining of the last century the surface waves became the subject of intense analytical study. We study the propagation of weakly nonlinear waves in nonideal fluids, which exhibit mixed nonlinearity.

A method of multiple scales is used to obtain a transport equation from the Navier–Stokes. The aim of this text is to present the basic paradigms of weakly nonlinear waves in fluids. This book is the outcome of a CISM Summer School held at Udine from SeptemberAuthor: Roger Grimshaw.

Nonlinear Waves. The study of Nonlinear Wave Phenomena is of broad scientific interest. It pertains to the understanding of real water waves, the interaction of light with matter, optical fiber transmission, traffic flow, earthquakes and galaxy formation. As a modern mathematical discipline nonlinear wave theory frequently explores asymptotic.

Ray Methods for Nonlinear Waves in Fluids and Plasmas - CRC Press Book Presents in a systematic and unified manner the ray method, in its various forms, for studying nonlinear wave propagation in situations of physical interest, essentially fluid dynamics and plasma physics.

About this Book Now in an accessible paperback edition, this classic work is just as relevant as when it first appeared indue to the increased use of nonlinear waves. It covers the behavior of waves in two parts, with the first part addressing hyperbolic waves and the second addressing dispersive waves.

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Oct 10, · Model equations that govern the evolution of internal gravity waves at the interface of two immiscible inviscid fluids are derived. These models follow from the original Euler equations under the sole assumption that the waves are long compared to the undisturbed thickness of one of the fluid esthetic-tokyo.com by: Fluid mechanics For Civil Engineers.

This book covers the following topics: Equations of fluid motion, fluid statics, control volume method, differential equation methods, irrotational flow, laminar and turbulent flow, drag and lift, steady pipe flow, unsteady pipe flow, steady open channel flow.

waves on the ocean, sound waves in the air or other media, and electromagnetic waves, of which visible light is a special case. A common feature of these examples is that they all can be described by partial differential equations (PDE). The purpose of these lecture notes is to give an introduction to various kinds of PDE describing waves.This book provides a discussion of nonlinear problems that occur in four areas, namely, mathematical methods, fluid mechanics, mechanics of solids, and transport phenomena.

Organized into 15 chapters, this book begins with an overview of some of the fundamental ideas of two mathematical theories, namely, invariant imbedding and dynamic programming.Numerical methods for nonlinear waves John D. Fenton 1. Introduction The ﬁrst statement that should be made about the use of fully-nonlinear numerical methods for waves is to emphasize just how powerful low-order theories have been in coastal and ocean engineering.

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