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By L. Ting, R. Klein, O. M. Knio (auth.), E. Krause, K. Gersten (eds.)

The determination of the overall meeting of the overseas Union of Theoretical and utilized Mechanics to prepare a Symposium on Dynamics of narrow Vortices used to be greeted with nice enthusiasm. The attractiveness of the inspiration, forwarded via the Deutsches Komitee fiir Mechanik (DEKOMECH) signalized, that there has been a necessity for discussing the subject selected within the body the IUTAM Symposia provide. additionally the site of the symposium used to be definitely selected: It used to be made up our minds to carry the symposium on the RWTH Aachen, the place, years in the past, Theodore von Karman had labored on difficulties concerning these to be mentioned now anew. It was once transparent from the start of the making plans, that the symposium might simply be held within the von Karman-Auditorium ofthe Rheinisch-Westfalische Technische Hochschule Aachen, a development named after him. The symposium was once together prepared by way of the editors of this quantity, strongly supported via the neighborhood organizing committee. The invites of the clinical committee introduced jointly scientists actively engaged in examine at the dynamics of slim vortices. It used to be the purpose of the committee to have the cutting-edge summarized and likewise to have the most recent result of particular difficulties investigated communicated to the contributors of the symposium. the subjects selected have been asymptotic theories, numerical tools, vor­ tices in shear layers, interplay of vortices, vortex breakdown, vortex sound, and plane and helicopter vortices.

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I frr ,/" s ' (13) where R(s) = x-x. For point x in the outer region, where IRI » f, we express the integrand of F in a power series of f as, [1-f(lI:cos¢-rr·R/IRI- 2)+0(f 2)] O/IRI, 271" ' , We use < f > to denote Jo fd(} and note that: < () >= 0, < cos ¢ () > = 11'71, and < (R· r)O > = - < (R· O)r > = ~ < (R· 0)8 - (R· O)r > = -1I'R x f. Eq. (13) then becomes A(x) = 4f 1 0 50 11:71 1 + R x f1RI- 2 00 IRI {o wr dr}u ds + 0(f2) . (14) The integral of wr in the curly brackets is equal to that of the axial velocity, Jooo w(O) dr.

For engineers, the approximation becomes good after a finite duration, say T = 2To (Kleinstein & Ting, (1971)). This says that: the solution with a non-similar initial profile will soon approach the optimum similarity solution in the diffusion time scale, TO. For a point vortex, we identify X, T, a and S as (, t, f and r and obtain the classical Lamb vortex created at t = 0 (Ting & Tung, (1965)). For a nonsimilar initial profile, the optimum time shift TO, and the series solution for the core structure were presented in (Ting, (1971)).

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