Studies on Magneto-hydrodynamic Waves and Other Anisotropic Wave Motions

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There are two separate but closely interwoven strands of argument in this paper; one mainly mathematical, and one mainly physical. The mathematical strand begins with a method of asymptotically evaluating Fourier integrals in many dimensions, for large values of their arguments. This is used to investigate partial differential equations in four variables, x… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lighthill1959StudiesOM, title={Studies on Magneto-hydrodynamic Waves and Other Anisotropic Wave Motions}, author={M J Lighthill}, year={1959} }