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By Herbert Steinrück (auth.), Herbert Steinrück (eds.)

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A survey of asymptotic equipment in fluid mechanics and functions is given together with excessive Reynolds quantity flows (interacting boundary layers, marginal separation, turbulence asymptotics) and occasional Reynolds quantity flows to illustrate of hybrid tools, waves to illustrate of exponential asymptotics and a number of scales equipment in meteorology.

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In Matthews and Hill (2009) (see also Matthews and Hill (2006)) the drag coefficient for steady slow viscous flow over an infinite nanocylinder was analyzed by asymptotically calculating two terms in the infinite logarithmic series for the flow field and drag coefficient. The novel feature of this microfluid flow problem is that, due to the small scales involved, the usual no-slip boundary condition on the cylinder is replaced by the Navier boundary condition, which takes into account the effect of boundary surface roughness.

Which are independent of ε and of the shape of the body, are determined recursively from (71), in a similar way as in §2. The first two coefficients are (cf. 8669 . (72b) Here K1 , K0 , I0 and I1 are the usual modified Bessel functions, and γe is Euler’s constant. This formula for a2 was obtained in Kaplun (1957) and Proudman and Pearson (1957), while the expression for a3 was given in Kaplun (1957). The expression for a2 was obtained in Proudman and Pearson (1957) in terms of the explicit solution to (71a) with singular behavior Ψ1 ∼ r log r sin θ as r → 0 given by ∞ Ψ1 (r, θ) = − cn (r/2) r sin(nθ) , n n=1 cn (s) ≡ 2 [K1 (s)In (s) + K0 (s)In (s)] .

6(b) we plot the hybrid drag coefficient for flow around certain cylinders having either elliptical or KT airfoil cross-sections. In this figure, we compare, for an ellipse and an airfoil, the hybrid results for CD with Kaplun’s three-term asymptotic result (76). These results were obtained from (83) and (84), and by using the data from the plot of R = R(S) in Fig. 4. The value of df , needed in (83), is given in (86) for the ellipse, and in Table 2 for the KT airfoil. We now make several remarks concerning some extensions of the analysis.

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