By Joseph Hun-wei Lee, Vincent Chu
Wisdom of turbulent blending by way of plumes and jets, comparable to these encountered in smokestack emissions, volcanic eruptions, and sewage discharges, is critical for controlling environmental impression and for assessing probability. Lee (civil engineering, U. of Hong Kong) and Chu (civil engineering and utilized mechanics, McGill U., Canada) increase a Lagrangian method of version turbulent jets and plumes, starting with uncomplicated difficulties, and advancing towards the sensible case of a turbulent buoyant jet in a density-stratified pass move. The textual content could be of use to engineers and scholars learning hydraulics and environmental fluid mechanics.
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