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J.Hun-wei Lee, V.Chu - "Turbulent Jets and Plumes: A Lagrangian Approach" (include CD)

Posted By: Alexpal
Вот уж не знаю, есть ли у нас люди, кому это интересно... Уж больно специализированная вещь, хотя, насколько я разбираюсь в этой теме, для специалистов лишней не будет (вот мне бы года четыре назад точно пригодилась бы). И, как любит говорить Авакс, за ерунду 135 дохлых енотов не попросят!
Книжка вместе с диском, на котором всевозможный иллюстративный материал, включая видео (ну как там себя ведут эти самые турбулентные потоки).



Joseph Hun-wei Lee, Vincent Chu, "Turbulent Jets and Plumes: A Lagrangian Approach" (include CD)
Springer | ISBN 1402075200 | 2003 Year | PDF | 45 Mb | 408 Pages


Knowledge of turbulent mixing by plumes and jets, such as those encountered in smokestack emissions, volcanic eruptions, and sewage discharges, is important for controlling environmental impact and for assessing risk. Lee and Chu develop a Lagrangian approach to model turbulent jets and plumes, beginning with simple problems, and advancing toward the practical case of a turbulent buoyant jet in a density-stratified cross flow. The text will be of use to engineers and students studying hydraulics and environmental fluid mechanics. An interactive PC-based virtual- reality modeling software package (VISJET) is included on a CD-ROM.
Jets and plumes are shear flows produced by momentum and buoyancy forces. Examples include smokestack emissions, fires and volcano eruptions, deep sea vents, thermals, sewage discharges, thermal effluents from power stations, and ocean dumping of sludge. Knowledge of turbulent mixing by jets and plumes is important for environmental control, impact and risk assessment. Turbulent Jets and Plumes introduces the fundamental concepts and develops a Lagrangian approach to model these shear flows. This theme persists throughout the text, starting from simple cases and building towards the practically important case of a turbulent buoyant jet in a density-stratified crossflow. Basic ideas are illustrated by ample use of flow visualization using the laser-induced fluorescence technique. The text includes many illustrative worked examples, comparisons of model predictions with laboratory and field data, and classroom tested problems. An interactive PC-based virtual-reality modelling software (VISJET) is also provided. Engineering and science students, researchers and practitioners may use the book both as an introduction to the subject and as a reference in hydraulics and environmental fluid mechanics.