Hydrodynamics: Natural Water Bodies
by Harry Edmar Schulz, et al.
Publisher: InTech 2012
Number of pages: 286
This volume presents conclusions about advanced topics of calculated and observed flows: Mathematical Models in Fluid Mechanics; Biological Applications and Biohydrodynamics; Detailed Experimental Analyses of Fluids and Flows; Radiation-, Electro-, Magnetohydrodynamics, and Magnetorheology; Special Topics on Simulations and Experimental Data.
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