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By Erik van der Giessen, Hassan Aref

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The key advancements within the box of fluid and strong mechanics are scattered all through an array of clinical journals, making it frequently tricky to discover what the true advances are, specially for a researcher new to the sector. The Advances in utilized Mechanics publication sequence attracts jointly the new major advances in quite a few themes in utilized mechanics. released in view that 1948, Advances in utilized Mechanics goals to supply authoritative evaluation articles on issues within the mechanical sciences, basically of curiosity to scientists and engineers operating within the a number of branches of mechanics, but additionally of curiosity to the various who use the result of research in mechanics and numerous software components. Advances in utilized Mechanics is still a e-book of excessive impression. overview articles are supplied by way of top scientists within the box on a call for participation merely foundation. the various articles released became classics inside their fields. quantity 39 within the Mechanics sequence includes articles on vortex dynamics, the numerical simulation of two-phase flows, environmental difficulties in China, and piezoelectrics.

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1 this formula reduces to that of an orbiting pair on the plane. Fig. 12. Two-vortex equilibria on the sphere: (a) two vortices of the same sign but different strengths; (b) identical vortices; (c) opposite vortices. After Newton (2001) with permission. 58 H. Aref et al. For three vortices on a sphere Eqs. 7) become " # 1 G 2 x2 £ x1 G3 x3 £ x1 v £ x1 ¼ ; þ 2pR d 212 d 231 " # 1 G 1 x1 £ x2 G3 x3 £ x2 v £ x2 ¼ ; þ 2pR d 212 d 223 " # 1 G 1 x1 £ x3 G2 x2 £ x3 v £ x3 ¼ : þ 2pR d 231 d 223 ð10:15Þ ð10:16Þ ð10:17Þ Taking the scalar product of Eq.

7. When an axis of symmetry exists, we can rotate the entire configuration such that the complex coordinates of the vortices can be listed as n real values followed by ðN 2 nÞ=2 pairs of complex conjugate positions. Of course, n must be odd for odd N, as in Fig. 7(c) where N ¼ 11 and n ¼ 3, and even for even N, as in Fig. 7(f ) where N ¼ 14 and n can be taken to be 2 (vertical axis) or 4 (horizontal axis) since this configuration has two perpendicular axes of symmetry. These empirical observations suggest that the vortex positions can 32 H.

Finally, then, Iv ¼ 1 8p N X Ga Gb ðcos ua þ cos ub Þ: ð10:11Þ a;b ¼ 1 a–b This is the analog of Eq. 17) for vortices on the surface of a sphere. We note that both I on the left hand side and the double sum on the right hand side of Eq. 11) are constants for an equilibrium state. The configuration moves without change of shape so the distances between vortices dab ¼ lxa 2 xb l are all constants. Expanding the square of this length, we see that all scalar products xa ·xb are constants, since each position vector has length R.

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