By M. Samimy, K. S. Breuer, L. G. Leal, P. H. Steen
The visualization of fluid circulation has performed a big position within the improvement of fluid dynamics and its purposes, from the evolution of flight to monitoring climate, and knowing the stream of blood. The Fluid Dynamics department of the yankee actual Society sponsors an annual pageant for striking photos of fluid circulation. This quantity incorporates a number of winners from 1985 to the current. each one photo is followed through a few explanatory textual content, making the amount an incredible acquisition for a person enthusiastic about fluid movement examine.
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Samimy et al. Published by Cambridge University Press. © Cambridge University Press, 2003. 24 A Gallery of Fluid Motion Figure 1(a) Figure 1b) Figure 1(c) Figure 1(d) Colliding dipolar vortices in a stratified fluid G. J. F. van Heijst and J. B. Flór University of Utrecht, The Netherlands The photographs illustrate experiments that have been performed on the collapse of a three-dimensional turbulent patch in a linearly stratiﬁed ﬂuid. The turbulence was generated by horizontal injection of a small volume of ﬂuid during a short time interval.
2f). Keywords Faraday forcing; droplet ejection; atomization. 1 B. Vukasinovic, A. Glezer, and M. K. Smith, “Vibration-induced droplet atomization,” Phys. Fluids 12, S12 (2000). A Gallery of Fluid Motion, ed. M. Samimy et al. Published by Cambridge University Press. © Cambridge University Press, 2003. 40 A Gallery of Fluid Motion Figure 1 Photograph of Naruto taken from a Yomiuri Shimbun helicopter during early March, 1996, by Masafumi Nanjo of the Daily Yomiuri, Tokyo, Japan. Naruto: past and present* Keywords Norman J.
Cambridge University Press, 2003. 21 22 A Gallery of Fluid Motion Figure 1 Vortex dynamics in the wake of a sphere T. Leweke, M. Provansal, D. Ormières, and R. Lebescond IRPHE, CNRS/Universités Aix-Marseille, France We present experimental visualizations of the ﬂow structure in the wake of a sphere, at a Reynolds number just above the threshold for the onset of periodic wake oscillations. The ﬂow was studied in a water channel, where the sphere of diameter 1 cm was held by a small rod from upstream.