P. A. Martin, G. R. Wickham
Cambridge University Press, May 29, 1992 - Mathematics - 244 pages
The occasion of Professor Fritz Ursell's retirement was marked by a two-day meeting consisting of invited talks by some of the most distinguished researchers in the various topics of fluid mechanics and asymptotics studied by Professor Ursell throughout his long and distinguished career. The papers collected here outline the development of fluid dynamical topics from asymptotic methods in anisotropic wave systems, surface wave theory, biological models, and differential equations, through to slender body theory, water wave theory propellor-generated wakes.
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Matched asymptotic methods in surface
Approximation of freesurface
On farfield approximations to the wave pattern
An analytical theory of propeller generated
Analytical aspects of slender body theory
Some unsolved and unfinished problems in
amplitude analysis analytic application approximation asymptotic expansion axis behaviour Bessel functions boundary condition calculation coalescing saddle points coefficients complex computational confluent hypergeometric function Connor constant contribution converging factors curve defined derived differential equations Dingle disc domain economized polynomials effective wake eigenvalues evaluation example exponential integral expression Figure finite free surface free-surface Green functions frequency Fritz Ursell given Green function group velocity hyperbolic umbilic infinite infinite-depth inner integral equation integral representation integrand Kelvin Leppington Liapunov function Lighthill limit linear theory Math mathematical method numerical obtained Olver oscillating parameters Phil plane polynomial problem Proc propeller region result rigorous saddle points Sequel shear flow ship waves shown singularity slender body theory solution spheroid submerged circular cylinder surface waves theorem three-dimensional tion transform trapped modes two-dimensional uniform asymptotic valid values variable vector velocity potential vertical water waves wave pattern wave resistance wavemaking wavenumber zero
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