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Fluid Mechanics of Planets and Stars

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publisher

Springer; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

241 pages

language

English

asin

B07TQGV7YD

isbn10

3030220737

isbn13

9783030220730


Book Description

This ebook Fluid Mechanics of Planets and Stars (PDF) explores the dynamics of planetary and stellar fluid layers; including oceans; iron cores; atmospheres; and convective and radiative zones in stars; describing the different theoretical; experimental and computational methods used to study these problems in fluid mechanics; including the advantages and limitations of each method for different problems. This scientific domain is by nature interdisciplinary and multi-method; but while much effort has been devoted to solving open questions within the various fields of mechanics; applied mathematics; physics; earth sciences and astrophysics; and while much progress has been made within each domain using theoretical; numerical and experimental approaches; cross-fertilizations have remained marginal. Going beyond the state of the art; the ebook provides readers with a global introduction and an up-to-date overview of relevant studies; fully addressing the wide range of disciplines and methods involved.

The content builds on the CISM course “Fluid mechanics of planets and stars”; held in April 2018; which was part of the research project FLUDYCO; supported by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.

 

publisher

Springer; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

241 pages

language

English

asin

B07TQGV7YD

isbn10

3030220737

isbn13

9783030220730

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-vii
Internal Waves and Tides in Stars and Giant Planets (Gordon I. Ogilvie)….Pages 1-30
Waves and Convection in Stellar Astrophysics (Daniel Lecoanet)….Pages 31-70
Internal Waves in the Atmosphere and Ocean: Instability Mechanisms (Bruce R. Sutherland)….Pages 71-89
Rotational Dynamics of Planetary Cores: Instabilities Driven By Precession, Libration and Tides (Thomas Le Reun, Michael Le Bars)….Pages 91-127
Fluid Dynamics of Earth’s Core: Geodynamo, Inner Core Dynamics, Core Formation (Renaud Deguen, Marine Lasbleis)….Pages 129-212
A Brief Introduction to Turbulence in Rotating and Stratified Fluids (Benjamin Favier)….Pages 213-241

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