Lecture Series, Issues 5-7
University of Maryland, Institute for Fluid Dynamics and Applied Mathematics, 1951 - Fluid mechanics - 98 pages
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adiabatic lapse rate approximately assume assumption atmospheric turbulence axes boundary layer circular orbit coefficient consider constant coordinates corresponding cup anemometer decay define diameter dT(k du/d Einstein's equations of motion fluid follows formula Fourier transform G. I. Taylor Geoffrey Taylor gravitational field homogeneous hypotheses integrals introduce invariant isotropic turbulence km/r Lagrangian Lecture light ray mathematical mean value mean velocity measure mk/r Navier-Stokes equations notation observation obtain one-dimensional partial differential equations particle physical Proc quantities radius range result Reynolds equations Reynolds number Reynolds stresses rotation satisfied scale shearing stress small eddies space-time spectral density spectrum sphere suffixes Taylor theoretical Theory of Relativity theory of turbulence Turbulent Diffusion turbulent flow turbulent motion turbulent velocity unit volume vanish vector velocity components velocity profile viscosity vortex line vorticity wave number Whitehead Whitehead's theory wind tunnel world line zero