Instabilities and Turbulence in Engineering Flows by Mark V. Morkovin (auth.), D. E. Ashpis, T. B. Gatski, R.

By Mark V. Morkovin (auth.), D. E. Ashpis, T. B. Gatski, R. Hirsh (eds.)

This booklet includes contributions by way of colleagues, former scholars and buddies of Professor Eli Reshotko in get together of his sixtieth beginning­ day. because Professor Reshotko's clinical and engineering contribu­ tions were within the parts of hydrodynamic balance, transition to turbulence, and boundary layer flows, it's only acceptable that the articles during this quantity be dedicated to those and comparable subject matters. the 1st sections concentrate on instabilities and transition in sub­ sonic and supersonic flows, respectively. The 3rd part offers with constructing turbulence, whereas the the ultimate part treats similar prob­ lems in engineering fluid mechanics. the range and scope of the articles contained herein exemplify the perception and services required within the examine of transitional and turbulent flows this present day - qualities which additionally exemplify Eli Reshotko's contributions to those fields. many of the articles during this quantity have been offered at a sym­ posium in honor of Eli Reshotko's sixtieth birthday, held in Newport information, Virginia, on July 28, 1991. The symposium was once subsidized via lCASE, and arranged by way of M.Y. Hussaini (lCASE) and R. Hirsh (U.S. nationwide technological know-how Foundation). of these who couldn't attend, many selected to honor Professor Reshotko via a contribution to the amount devoted to him. we want to take advantage of this chance to precise our deep ap­ preciation to M.Y. Hussaini for beginning this very detailed tribute to Eli, and to Ms. Emily Todd for her efforts within the quantity guidance and within the association of the symposium.

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