Convection in Rotating Fluids by B. M. Boubnov, G. S. Golitsyn (auth.)

By B. M. Boubnov, G. S. Golitsyn (auth.)

Spatial inhomogeneity of heating of fluids within the gravity box is the reason for all motions in nature: within the surroundings and the oceans in the world, in astrophysical and planetary items. All common gadgets rotate and convective motions in rotating fluids are of curiosity in lots of geophysical and astrophysical phenomena. in lots of business purposes, too (crystal progress, semiconductor manufacturing), heating and rotation are the most mechanisms defining the constitution and caliber of the fabric.
counting on the geometry of the structures and the mutual orientation of temperature and gravity box, numerous phenomena will come up in rotating fluids, similar to ordinary and oscillating waves, in depth solitary vortices and average vortex grids, interacting vortices and turbulent blending. during this ebook the authors elucidate the actual essence of those phenomena, making a choice on and classifying circulate regimes within the area of similarity numbers. The theoretical and computational effects are provided purely whilst the implications support to give an explanation for uncomplicated qualitative movement features.
The publication should be of curiosity to researchers and graduate scholars in fluid mechanics, meteorology, oceanography and astrophysics, crystallography, warmth and mass move.

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In similar experiments by Goroff (1960) published before T. Rossby, only regular oscillatory patterns were observed. Rossby for the Rayleigh numbers significantly higher than the critical one but still smaller than the one for the monotonic instability, have no very sharp maximum which is actually quite broad in its dependence on the time frequency. 4 The structure of the convective motions and at small supercritical Rayleigh numbers By small Rayleigh numbers we mean here Ra < 106 . In the case of no rotation at Ra > 106 , the convection is always turbulent.

16) tends to Ta)! 20) 6 For Ta = 10 these expressions are valid with precision better than few per cent. For other types of boundary conditions, it is not possible to find analytic",! expressions for critical values of Ra er and amin0 However, Chandrasekhar (1953, 1961), using numerical variational methods, has calculated the critical curves for two rigid boundaries and for lower rigid and upper free surfaces for prescribed temperatures. 2 as a,b,c for ordinary convection and A,B,C - for oscillatory convection.

In terms of the usual Rayleigh number (Boubnov & Golitsyn, 1986). According to this interpretation, the central part of the transition region between the regular and irregular regimes goes parallel to the stability curve Ra er ex Ta~ but with a numerical coefficient about 30 times higher. Evidently, a wider range of Ra and Ta numbers is needed to clarify the situation. Our experiments give a possibility to determine the characteristic scale of convection at different regimes, simply by counting in the photographs the number of vortices.

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