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Lectures on Fluid Dynamics: A Particle Theorist’s View of Supersymmetric, Non-Abelian, Noncommutative Fluid Mechanics and d-Branes (CRM Series in Mathematical Physics)

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Explains the motivation and reviewing the classical theory in a new form; Discusses conservation laws and Euler equations; For one-dimensional cases, the models presented are completely integrable
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ISBN-13: 9781441929938
ISBN-10: 1441929932
Pagini: 136
Dimensiuni: 210 x 279 x 7 mm
Greutate: 0.43 kg
Ediția: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2002
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria CRM Series in Mathematical Physics

Locul publicării: New York, NY, United States

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"Bringing the 1E up to date has added more than 200 pages of additional text. Anyone seriously involved with the application of [principle component analysis] will certainly want to purchase a copy…Seldom had such a wealth of material on a single topic in statistics appeared in one book. Goodall (1998) noted that there ‘should be something of interest for even the most seasoned and experiences practitioner of multivariate statistics’ (p. 352). All that material has gotten a whole lot more comprehensive here in this new edition. Goodall (1998) also labeled the book ‘a good read’. Now it may be a little heavy for that purpose, but it certainly is a fantastic reference book."
"This book by Jackiw differs significantly from what is traditionally understood as ‘lectures on fluid dynamics’. The author’s aim is to show that the apparatus, methods, language, etc. developed for physics of particles can be successfully applied to fluid mechanics. … everyone interested in fundamentals and deep theoretical approach to fluid mechanics should become acquainted with it." (K Piechor, Applied Mechanics Reviews, Vol. 56 (3), 2003)