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The evolution of localized vortex in stably stratified flows

@inproceedings{Levinski2021TheEO,
  title={The evolution of localized vortex in stably stratified flows},
  author={Vladimir Levinski},
  year={2021}
}
The evolution of a localized vortex in stably stratified flow, within the Boussinesq approximation, is analyzed using the fluid impulse concept. The set of equations describing the temporal development of the fluid impulse has an integro-differential character where the terms representing the effect of stratification appear as convolution integral of the component of the fluid impulse and time-depended ’memory’ functions. These functions are calculated for the case where the external parallel… 

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