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By Hermann T. Schlichting, Joseph Kestin

This article is the interpretation and revision of Schlichting's vintage textual content in boundary layer conception. the most parts coated are legislation of movement for a viscous fluid, laminar boundary layers, transition and turbulence, and turbulent boundary layers.

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H. ) Monitoring and Modelling the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: A Record-Breaking Enterprise. American Geophysical Union, Washington (2011). 1029/ 2011GM001104 33. : Frequency of ring separations from the loop current in the Gulf of Mexico: a revised estimate. J. Phys. Oceanogr. 30, 1814–1819 (2000) 34. : Climatology of ocean features in the Gulf of Mexico using satellite remote sensing data. J. Phys. Oceanogr. 37, 689–707 (2007) 35. : Lagrangian circulation and forbidden zone on the West Florida Shelf.

10) represents the initial distribution of the nutrient at t = 0. In all equations, n is the unit outward normal 28 D. N. Skiba Fig. 1 View of domain D from above Fig. 2 Cross-sectional area of domain D vector to the boundary ∂ D = ST ∪ S + ∪ S − ∪ S B of domain D, ∂/∂n is the derivative in the normal direction, and k = (0, 0, 1)t is the unit vector directed upward in the Cartesian coordinate system (Fig. 2). We observe that k · n = 0 on S + ∪ S − and U · n = 0 on ST ∪ S B . , not only for horizontal free and bottom surfaces ST and S B ), and hence, the dispersion model can take into account free surface wave motion and marine topography.

In each oil-polluted zone, the mean concentration of nutrient is determined by means of an integral formula in which the adjoint model solution serves as the weight function showing the relative contribution of each source. Critical values of these mean concentrations are used as the constraints for the variational problem as well as for the quadratic programming problem. The ability of new method is demonstrated by numerical experiments on the remediation in oil-polluted channel using three control zones.

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