Studies in unsteady self preserving turbulent flows. November 1965.

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Inviscid fluid flow theory and the principle of self preservation are applied to buoyant vortex pairs and rings and two dimensional and axisymmetric starting jets, plumes and density currents. A single theory developed. Use of effective volume and virtual mass for study of all relevant flows.
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Wood, I .R.
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1965
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