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DATE

1984

AUTHORS

A. P. Van Ulden

ABSTRACT

Gravity currents exhibit the significant effect that buoyancy can have on fluid motion. A gravity current has a density that differs from that of the fluid in which it is embedded. Through the action of gravity the density difference leads to pressure forces that set the gravity current into a more or less horizontal motion relative to the ambient fluid. Examples of geophysical gravity currents are: atmospheric cold fronts, oceanic fronts, katabatic winds and snow avalanches. Man-made gravity currents may result from an accidental release of a dense gas in the atmosphere or of oil on water. Thus there is reason enough to study this interesting phenomenon. For a recent review of the general subject we refer to Simpson (1982). More... »

PAGES

419-440

Book

TITLE

Atmospheric Dispersion of Heavy Gases and Small Particles

ISBN

978-3-642-82291-9
978-3-642-82289-6

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-642-82289-6_31

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-82289-6_31

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