A review of flux-profile relationships View Full Text


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DATE

1974-11

AUTHORS

A. J. Dyer

ABSTRACT

Flux-profile relationships in the constant flux layer are reviewed. The preferred relationships are found to be those of Dyer and Hicks (1970), namely, φH=φW=(1−16(z/L))−1/2, φM=(1−16(z/L))−1/4 for the unstable region, and φH=φW=φM= 1+5(z/L) for the stable region.The carefully determined results of Businger et al. (1971) remain a difficulty which calls for considerable clarification. More... »

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363-372

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