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Gill Academic Press, pp. Dr Gill explains how these are ultimately driven by solar energy and covers the study of observed distributions of physical quantities, including temperature. Concise treatments of basic hydrostatics and thermodynamics are also provided.

This instructive work utilises simple mathematical models to illustrate fundamental dynamical principles, enabling scholars from diverse disciplines to understand complex theory. Furthermore, the equations of state and dynamical equations are covered in detail, making this a self-contained text for those with advanced mathematical training as well.

The extensive bibliography and index and the historical information included make this volume useful reading for researchers, as well as a valuable text for both undergraduate and graduate students in meteorology, oceanography, and geophysical fluid dynamics. Safety, fatigue and strengthening problems are dealt with and national maintenance programs presented.

This new book provides a broad coverage of valuable background information needed by engineers and scientists involved in energy supply and utilisation: and is the most comprehensive introduction to the full range of technical aspects of wave energy of which the publishers are aware. The mathematical treatment is kept at a level comprehensible to non-specialist engineers: at the same time, all the most important analytical results are reported.

The author stresses the importance of dimensional analysis in relation to model-testing, deals with the engineering aspects, including turbomachinery, hydraulic pumps and motors, electrical generation and transmission; and describes the programmes of research, development and demonstration carried out for the USA, UK, Japan, Norway and Sweden. Convective Heat Transfer L. Burmeister John Wiley, Chichester, February , pp. It begins with a discussion of molecular-level transport of energy, mass, and momentum in liquids and gases that leads to the physical origins of transport phenomena and properties.

The equations describing convective transport in continuous fluids are derived next. More specialised topics are then discussed, including forced convection in boundary-layer and duct flow, finite difference solutions of the boundary layer equations, and recent models of turbulence.

Includes numerous end-of-chapter problems. Pinder A number of excellent papers on the theoretical aspects of groundwater flow have appeared in Advances in Water Resources since its inception in September Because of the current interest in this subject area, it seems appropriate at this time to present a number of these papers in a single volume readily available to the hydrological community.

The 14 papers cover a broad spectrum of research interests including simulation of multiphase flow, seepage through dams, transport in porous media, critical discussion of numerical models for aquifiers, soil moisture transport problems and kringing. The book is essential for engineers and scientists interested in the hydrological aspects of water resources engineering.


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