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Mixing across an interface due to turbulence generated by an oscillating grid
Many experimenters have used oscillating grids to produce turbulence for various laboratory purposes, especially in studies of mixing, but there have been few direct measurements of the properties ofExpand
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A molecular dynamics study of liquid drops
We report molecular dynamics studies of small liquid drops (41–2004 molecules) in which the atoms interact with a Lennard‐Jones intermolecular potential cutoff at 2.5σ and shifted by the potential atExpand
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Experience is described of a 41 m wide by 308 m long, open channel on a 0.052 slope, constructed of loose boulders and through which flows up to 140 m3/s are passed. A new expression for the DarcyExpand
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Computer simulation of a gas–liquid surface. Part 1
The gas–liquid surface of a system of Lennard-Jones (12, 6) molecules has been simulated by Monte Carlo and by Molecular Dynamic methods at temperatures which span most of the liquid range. ForExpand
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Transport of gravel by flows up to 500 m3/s, Ohau River, Otago, New Zealand
Detailed measurements of velocity, and of sediment transport inferred from delta build up, in a river scoured by flows up to 500 m3/s to form a 1.4 hm3 delta, are used to calibrate a bed-loadExpand
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A critical study of simulations of the Lennard-Jones liquid-vapor interface
Abstract The surface tension and liquid-gas density profile through the interface of one- and two- component Lennard-Jones fluids were calculated using Molecular Dynamics simulation techniques. TheExpand
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The liquid–vapor interface of simple polar fluids. II. Computer simulation
The molecular dynamics method is used to study the liquid–vapor interface of the Stockmayer fluid. We compare our results for the singlet density‐orientation distribution function and surface tensionExpand
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The liquid–vapor interface of simple polar fluids. I. Integral equation and perturbation theories
The structure and surface tension of the liquid–vapor interface of a polar fluid are investigated using integral equation and perturbation theories. A recently introduced integro‐differentialExpand
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