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delta P = a squared delta rho

where a is the variable speed of sound. If del P is parallel to del rho the baroclinic term vanishes. Fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, atmospheric dynamics and so on are of course very highly developed subjects, these are just the basics, but they are enough for very interesting graphics and animations of fluid electrodynamics and energy from spacetime.

To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 25/07/2016 12:39:43 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: Graphics and Animations for UFT351 and UFT352

Agreed with Horst. The baroclinic torque has important applications in climatology etc. More new ground!!

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To: EMyrone@aol.com

Sent: 24/07/2016 17:26:20 GMT Daylight Time

Subj: Re: Preparing for UFT353

This is highly interesting. I am now preparing my parts for papers 351/352. I did a lot of FEM calculations to see how solutions of the equations develop. I am collecting the most significant examples for the papers and will upload some animations to the AIAS website.

Horst

Am 24.07.2016 um 17:50 schrieb EMyrone:

I have been reading around the subject of the Navier Stokes and vorticity equations, and found that Kambe missed out two terms: the baroclinic torque and the term in the Reynolds number. The latter was reinstated in UFT349, 351 and 352. The baroclinic torque is responsible for effects in atmospheric physics and oceanography for example. Using the homogeneous field equation of Kambe an important simplification of the vorticity equation was found in immediately preceding papers, and this also simplifies the baroclinic torque. So I will send out the first note on this subject tomorrow, Note 353(1).

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