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Wave Asymptotics

Wave Asymptotics

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James Lighthill, J. N. L. Connor, R. E. Meyer, F. W. J. Oliver, F. G. Leppington, V. C. L. Hutson, J. N. Newman, K. Eggers, J. P. Breslin, E. O. Tuck, D. V. Evans, F. J. Ursell
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  • Date Published: May 1992
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521414142

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  • The occasion of Professor Fritz Ursell's retirement was marked by a two-day meeting consisting of invited talks by some of the most distinguished researchers in the various topics of fluid mechanics and asymptotics studied by Professor Ursell throughout his long and distinguished career. The papers collected here outline the development of fluid dynamical topics from asymptotic methods in anisotropic wave systems, surface wave theory, biological models, and differential equations, through to slender body theory, water wave theory propellor-generated wakes.

    • Papers by some of the most renowned researchers in the various topics
    • Outline the development of these topics
    • For the occasion of the retirement of Professor Fritz Ursell
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    • Date Published: May 1992
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521414142
    • length: 260 pages
    • dimensions: 236 x 156 x 19 mm
    • weight: 0.48kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Asymptotic behaviour of anisotropic wave systems stimulated by oscillating sources James Lighthill
    2. Uniform asymptotics of oscillating integrals J. N. L. Connor
    3. Approximations and asymptotics for differential equations R. E. Meyer
    4. Converging factors F. W. J. Oliver
    5. Matched asymptotic methods in surface wave theory F. G. Leppington
    6. Asymptotics in some biological models V. C. L. Hutson
    7. The approximation of free-surface Green functions J. N. Newman
    8. On far-field approximations for the wave pattern around a ship at constant speed K. Eggers
    9. An analytical theory of propellor-generated effective wake J. P. Breslin
    10. Analytic aspects of slender body theory E. O. Tuck
    11. Vertical barriers, sloping beaches and submerged bodies D. V. Evans
    12. Some unsolved problems in water wave theory F. J. Ursell.

  • Editors

    P. A. Martin, University of Manchester

    G. R. Wickham, University of Manchester

    Contributors

    James Lighthill, J. N. L. Connor, R. E. Meyer, F. W. J. Oliver, F. G. Leppington, V. C. L. Hutson, J. N. Newman, K. Eggers, J. P. Breslin, E. O. Tuck, D. V. Evans, F. J. Ursell

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