Clear Air Turbulence and Its Detection: Proceedings of a by Robert G. Fleagle (auth.), Yih-Ho Pao, Arnold Goldburg

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The Richardson number is a local parameter, but discussion of changes in it will cover mechanisms which reduce it in one layer more than in those above and below. The motion will generally be three-dimensional (3D), and without a more complete theory than exists at present we can only relate the static stability S to the velocity in steady two-dimensional (2D) flow. 4) where suffix "o" denotes a value somewhere on the streamline. Changes in the speed q will have to be deduced from the circumstances.

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