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stability of rotating liquid masses.

R. A. Lyttleton

stability of rotating liquid masses.

by R. A. Lyttleton

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Published by University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rotating masses of fluid,
  • Stability

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB410 L95
    The Physical Object
    Pagination150 p. :
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16538565M

    The stability of a rotating cylindrical column of liquid with a concentric solid core is discussed. The critical value of the surface tension is determined for the case of a viscous liquid while, for a nonviscous liquid, the problem is solved for axisymmetric and plane perturbations. The physical significance of Cited by: Frontiers of Fluid Mechanics documents the proceedings of the Beijing International Conference on Fluid Mechanics, held in Beijing, People's Republic of China, July The aims of the conference were to provide a forum for a cross-sectional review of the state-of-the-art and new advances in various branches of fluid mechanics, and to.

    On the stability of rotating blade arrays Article in Journal of Sound and Vibration () June with 65 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Giancarlo Genta. Equilibrium of a Rotating Liquid Body Consider a self-gravitating liquid body in outer space that is rotating uniformly about some fixed axis passing through its center of mass. What is the shape of the body's bounding surface? This famous theoretical problem had its origins in investigations of the figure of a rotating planet, such as the.

    Rotating, Self-Gravitating Masses Rotating, Self-Gravitating Masses Lebovitz, N R Newtonâ s prediction of the ellipticity of the Earthâ s figure is the earliest lasting contribution in the fluid mechanicsof self-gravitating masses. It is the more remarkable for antedating a complete theory of fluid mechanics (for a description of Newtonâ s reasoning see Chandrasekhar ). The stability and symmetry breaking bifurcation of a planar liquid drop is studied using the energy‐Casimir method and singularity theory. It is shown that a rigidly rotating circular drop of radiu Cited by:


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Stability of rotating liquid masses by R. A. Lyttleton Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this book, which was first published inLyttleton presents an account of advances in relation to a classical problem of mathematical astronomy.

The text is mainly concerned with those parts of the theory most directly involved in determining the evolution of gravitating liquid by: Get this from a library. The stability of rotating liquid masses. [R A Lyttleton] -- Raymond Arthur Lyttleton ( 95) was a British astronomer who won the Royal Society Royal Medal in for significant contributions to his field.

In this book, which was first published in The stability of rotating liquid masses. [Raymond Arthur Lyttleton] Rotating masses of fluid.

Stability. astrophysics. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items Book: All Authors / Contributors: Raymond Arthur Lyttleton. Find more information about. The Stability Of Rotating Liquid Masses by Lyttleton, R. Publication date Topics NATURAL SCIENCES, Astronomy.

Astrophysics. Space y, The Solar System Publisher At The University Press Collection universallibrary Contributor Osmania University Language English.

Addeddate The Stability of a Rotating Liquid Mass The problem of the fission of a rotating liquid mass is one which draws on 1 investigations going back some problem has been most extensively treated on the basis of the assumption that the mass is a homogeneous is quite clear that the earth is not now a homogeneous fluid; it is even conceivable that.

Full text of "The Stability Of Rotating Liquid Masses" See other formats. Author of numerous papers on the origin and early history of the Solar System, notably his modifications of the collision theory.

Showed from work of Cartan that fission of a planet by rotation would give two independent bodies, and consequently that the fission theory of binary stars is untenable (The Stability of Rotating Liquid Masses, ).Awards: Royal Medal ().

Stability of Viscous Liquid contained Concentric Rotating Cyl4nders. Previous work on the subject.-The stability of an inviscid fluid moving in concentric layers has been studied by the late Lord RAYLEIGH.

Perfect slipping was assumed to take place at the two bounding cylinders. If the motion is confined to two dimensions his. stability of rotating, self-gravitating stellar masses, and the problem of the fissionability of rotating uniformly-charged "liquid drop" nuclei in nuclear physics are thus unified with the problem of equilibrium shapes and stability of ordinary liquid drops.

Indeed, the Dbject of. Forces on Curved Surfaces, Buoyancy, Stability of Immersed and Floating Bodies, Relative Equilib. Line of Action of the Resultant Force(Review): Area Moment of Onur Akay, Ph.D.

CE Fluid Mechanics 5 Inertia-Applies only to a single fluid of constant density-Pressure at liquid surface p=0 gage-Gives only the vertical location of the CP. ANNALS of PHYS () Equilibrium Configurations of Rotating Charged or Gravitating Liquid Masses with Surface Tension.

II* S. COHEN Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois F. PLASIL Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee AND W. SWIATECKI Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California Received Ap Cited by: LYTTLETON, R.

The Stability of Rotating Liquid Masses. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge University Press. M OVCHAN, A. Direct method of. The Stability or Instability of the Steady Motions of a Perfect Liquid and of a Viscous Liquid. Part I.: A Perfect Liquid (Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy) [William McF.

Orr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Stability or Instability of the Steady Motions of a Perfect Liquid and of a Viscous Liquid. Part I.: A Perfect Liquid (Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy)Author: William McF.

Orr. Now available in a 2nd edition, 3rd printing, revised, corrected and enlarged, Willmann-Bell, • Y. Hagihara, Theories of Equilibrium Figures of a Rotating Ho mogeneous Fluid Mass, NASA, • R.A.

Lyttleton, The Stability of Rotating Liquid Masses, C- ix x PREFACE bridge University Press, Fig. Sequences of the McLaurin and Jacobian equilibrium configurations of a rotating incompressible fluid. In this schematic representation, each configuration is characterized by its angular momentum and its value of \((a - b)/c\), where a, b, c are the three axes of an ellipsoid.

Solid lines indicate dynamically and secularly stable configurations, broken lines secularly unstable, and Author: Rudolf Kippenhahn, Alfred Weigert, Achim Weiss. The Paperback of the Low-Gravity Fluid Mechanics: Mathematical Theory of Capillary Phenomena by A.D. Myshkis, V.G. Babskii, N.D. Kopachevskii, L.A.

Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. On the Oscillations and the Stability of Rotating Gaseous Masses. With Norman R. Lebovitz The Astrophysical Journalno.

1 (): On the Oscillations and the Stability of Rotating Gaseous Masses. II, The Homogenous, Compressible Model. With Norman R.

Lebovitz The Astrophysical Journalno. 3 ():  Raymond Lyttleton, The Stability of Rotating Liquid Masses, Cambridge University Press,Paperback Edition, p Analytically there are, of course, two Jacobi series branching off the Maclaurin series, but they are geometrically and physically identical, and involve only an interchange of a and b.

Consider a rotating body, and determine it principal moments of inertia with A. In his own mongraph () Lyttleton described stability of rotating liquid masses, which he extended later to explain that the Earth had a liquid core resulting from a phase change associated with a combination of intense pressure and temperature.

With Hermann Bondi, inhe proposed the electrostatic theory of the expanding universe. He. a general variational principle governing the radial and the non-radial oscillations of gaseous masses; the pulsations and the dynamical stability of gaseous masses in uniform rotation; some elementary applications of the virial theorem to stellar dynamics; the stability of a rotating liquid drop.Now available in a 2nd edition, 3rd printing, revised, corrected and enlarged, Willmann-Bell, • Y.

Hagihara, Theories of Equilibrium Figures of a Rotating Ho­ mogeneous Fluid Mass, NASA, • R.A. Lyttleton, The Stability of Rotating Liquid Masses, C- ix x PREFACE bridge University Press, Jeans Stability of a Rotating Medium Capable of Resisting Shearing Stress Article in Astrophysics 45(4) October with 3 Reads How we measure 'reads'.